Archive for the ‘60's’ Tag

10/10/2022 “Retro Limericks”   Leave a comment

It’s officially Fall here in Maine. The temperature has fallen and the winter clothing and extra blankets have been unpacked. I’m sure there are snowblowers all over the state being readied for what is sure to be coming. If that doesn’t depress you a little then nothing will. Today’s post contains limericks written in the late sixties and early seventies and should be considered poetry of a sort. They’ve even been categorized to make it easier for me to choose. Today’s theme will be “Virgins”. Enjoy!


There was a young girl named Anheuser

Who said that no man could surprise her.

But Pabst took a chance,

Found Schlitz in her pants,

And now she is sadder Budweiser.


There was a young fellow name Gluck

Who found himself shit-out-of-luck.

Though he petted and wooed,

When he tried to get screwed

He found virgins just don’t give a fuck.


There was a young fellow named Sweeney

Whose girl was a terrible meanie.

The hatch of her snatch

Had a catch that would latch.

She could only be screwed by Houdini.


A religious lassie named Claire

Was having her first love affair.

As she climbed into bed

She reverently said,

“I wish to be opened with prayer.”



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