Do you mean
Verse 1 is 8 measures, verse 2 is 10
Verses are all 16 measures, choruses are 8
Verses have 1 or more irregular measures (i.e one of 2/4, the rest in 4/4)
You can have all of them, although some features are more common than others. Dropping in an occasional irregular bar is a well-used technique although not done so much in pop today, it was used quite a bit in the 60s and 70s. It is extremely common to have a chorus that is of a different length to the verse. It is unusual to have verses that are different lengths - particularly SHORTER than the usual pattern. Probably the most common example would be a paused measure at the end - so having 2 verses with 16 measures and the last with 17.
It really depends what you want to do and how it fits with the style. The vast majority of modern popular music is *extremely* simple, and you might alienate listeners by being 'too clever' and deviating too much from what is expected - regular sets of measures divisible by 4. Then again they may welcome the freshness of something a little unusual if it's done well.