Nantucket Limerick.

When I was 14 or 15, my father finally told me the entirety of the Nantucket limerick. As I am an English speaker, I had heard the first line many a time, but, again, being merely a pubescent, I had never actually heard the whole thing. I found that interesting. I asked, and he begrudgingly obliged. I will now share with you:

There once was a man from Nantucket
Whose dick was so long he could suck it.
While wiping his chin,
He said with a grin,
“If my ear were a cunt, I could fuck it.”

I apologize for the word “cunt,” as I find it vile.

Goddess-speed.

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~ by shinshige on 4 May 2008.

8 Responses to “Nantucket Limerick.”

  1. I find that word ugly too. The limerick though, funny – capturing the male wish to be fully self suffient. :)

  2. Ummm.. c*** is not my favorite word, but this limerick is funny. I have heard the first line several times too, but I have never seen or heard the whole thing. ;-)

  3. LOL…I have to say it is quite a catchy verse.
    Although, yes that word is quite harsh no matter how it is used…*winks*

  4. I’m openly appalled at you :)

  5. Yeah, that’s a first, Sid. :P

  6. There once was a sailor named Bates
    Who did the fandago on skates
    He slipped on his cutlass
    Which rendered him nutless
    And practically useless on dates.

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    HEY YOU! I’m commenting during the day from my home computer because I was laid off last Thursday. I’m ecstatic. I’M FREE!
    I interviewed on Monday and pretty sure I have a new, better more fulfilling job already. Just going through the formalities.
    More on my upcoming BLOG. Sometime this week.

    Loves,
    Lynnski

  7. Lynnski – Upcoming blog?!? Upcoming blog!?! You’re teasing. ;) I heard about the job. Congratulations. :D

  8. I have to say that I wish the word “cunt” were more widely used and less distasteful to people. I hate how the word comes from only a female connotation and is considered vile while at the same time referring to a woman’s anatomy, which should be a source of beauty and reverence, not revulsion. No criticism of you here, just my thoughts on the word cunt and how I wish it weren’t reviled and feared and found awful.

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