Get down and dirty with limericks that hold nothing back. After all, clean-cut fun just can t compare to a good roll in the mud (or the hay, in the case of these poems). This presents all the classic dirty ditties-including the man from Nantucket and the lady from Crewe (if you re new to limericks, just imagine what sort of words you can rhyme with these two Irish cities and you ll have a feel for where these lewd lines are heading)-along with some hilarious new friends from around the world. The rhyming fun includes a spectrum of clever obscenities, tawdry topics, and crazy collusions; it s poetry adults can finally enjoy. Since this wild form of verse began in Limerick, Ireland, there s enough Irish flair thrown in to make this edition a great read for St. Patrick s Day or any day, especially over a pint. The limerick packs laughs anatomical Into space that is quite economical, But the good ones I ve seen So seldom are clean, And the clean ones so seldom are comical. -Anonymous"
Dirty Little Limericks
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