Science, Technology and Education Limericks

There once was an old man of Esser,

Whose knowledge grew lesser and lesser,

It at last grew so small

He knew nothing at all,

And now he’s a college professor.

There once was a lady, Ilene,


Who liver on distilled kerosene,

But she started absorbin’

A new hydrocarbon

and since then she’d never benzene

I’ve been studying all night and I’m tired,


But I can’t sleep because I’m so wired.

So I’ll play on the net

‘Stead of going to bed,

And my tests will seem a quagmire.

There once was a young man of Trinity


Who found the root infinity.

But the digits

Gave him infinite fidgits,

So he dropped math and took up divinity.

Now if V over P be inverted

And the root of P be inserted

X times into V

The result, QED

Is a relative, Einstein asserted.

There once was a guy named Bret,

Who went on the INTERNET,

And sent an e-mail

to his beloved female

Who never loved him, yet.

A man called Fiddle,you see,

Was a student of divinity.

“When I graduate

‘Twill be my poor fate

To be known as Fiddle D.D.!”