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There once was a young man from Boston
Who drove around town in an Austin,
There was room for his ass,
And a gallon of gas,
So he hung out his balls and he lost 'em.
|Freebsd Limericks: 404 of 860|
There once was a young man from France
Who waited ten years for his chance;
Then he muffed it...
|Freebsd Limericks: 405 of 860|
There once was a young man from Yuma
Who attempted sex with a puma
He gave up real quick
Minus nose, toes, and prick
In obvious pain and ill huma.
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There once was a young man from Yuma,
Who told an elephant joke to a puma.
Now his dry bleached bones lie,
Under hot Asian skies,
'Cause the puma had no sense of huma.
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There once was a young man named Clyde
Who fell in an outhouse, and died.
He had a twin brother
Who fell in another
And now they're interred side by side.
|Freebsd Limericks: 408 of 860|
There once was a young man named Gene,
Who invented a screwing machine.
Concave and convex,
It served either sex,
And it played with itself inbetween.
|Freebsd Limericks: 409 of 860|
There once was a young man named Lancelot
Whom the townsfolk would look at askance a lot
For when he should pass
A desirable lass
The front of his pants would advance a lot.
|Freebsd Limericks: 410 of 860|
There once was an Arpanet freak,
Who better response-time did seek.
He searched coast to coast,
For a reliable host,
Whose logger took less than a week.
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There once was an old man from Esser,
Who's knowledge grew lesser and lesser.
It at last grew so small,
He knew nothing at all,
And now he's a College Professor.
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There once were two brothers named Luntz
Who buggered each other at once.
When asked to account
For this intricate mount,
They said, "Ass-holes are tighter than cunts."