Denver Broncos' Limerick Contest

As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, let’s face it, everyone is Irish for at least one day a year. Even those of us who normally sport Bronco orange make the conversion to green on this day.

Irish limericks are by far the most popular kind of limericks. They are short poems that can be funny, rude, or even raunchy. Here’s a popular example of an Irish limerick:

There was an Old Person whose habits,
Induced him to feed upon rabbits;
When he’d eaten eighteen,
He turned perfectly green,
Upon which he relinquished those habits.

We are here to encourage you to submit a Broncos limerick for your chance to win a team t-shirt. Please submit your limerick in the comments section and you will automatically be entered into a drawing to win the shirt. Here’s what I came up with.

There was an Old quarterback with a neck beard,

His throws made Tim Tebow reappear;

He left for Kansas City, waiting to headline,

Hoping his playing days are like a fine wine,

Which appears similar to his good ole’ neck beard.

Predominantly Orange has teamed up with Guinness to help them set the Guinness World Record for “The Largest St. Patrick’s Day Celebration” ever. With that said, I invite you to take the pledge that you are going to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day in true Irish fashion – with Guiness.

All you have to go is go here to make your pledge. Click “Join the Party” and you will be taken to sign the pledge. It will ask you for your first name, country, zip, and optional code. Please enter ORAN into the optional code field so that Guinness knows PO referred you.

Once you make the pledge, you can register for your chance to win a trip to Dublin for the St. Patrick’s Day after party.

As you celebrate St. Paddy’s Day with Guinness, please be sure to drink responsibly. Find a designated driver, use public transportation, and drink within your limits.

Now get to those limericks!

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