Friday, October 19, 2007



richardcthompson said...

What's the rest of the limerick? Is it filhy? It's driving me crazy.

Scott Nickel said...

Good question, Richard...

I didn't think about it at the time, but after your comment I came up with this, which, while not dirty, is fairly historically accurate:

There once was a young king named Tut
Whose vizier was a bit of a nut
When the king lost his life
The vizier took his wife
And into his tomb Tut was shut

Or there's this dirty version:

There once was a young king named Tut
Whose endowment none could rebut
When he climbed into bed
His wife pointed and said
Is that thing a third leg, or what?

Anyone else want to try their hand at the lost limerick?

richardcthompson said...

Hahaha! Those're great! The beginning bit's been running through my head all day and I couldn't come up with the rest.

Scott Cummings said...

The dirty version's brilliant. I wouldn't even try to top it.