Lightly Laundered Limericks

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - Humor - 140 pages
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Lightly Laundered Limericks is a book containing about 420 limericks, most of them altogether new. Only a few are modifications of limericks that will be familiar to aficionados. The subject is sex (what else), highlighting the fantasies and exploits of both men and women. "Lightly Laundered" means that some words (such as the f- and cu-words) are avoided, as well as some concepts that many readers might find to be offensive. Nevertheless, the book may offend those who are easily shocked. The book could be an excellent gift to a mature person of either sex; to someone who can chortle while reading the limericks and who can laugh at the frailties of man.

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Not the actual book I'm looking for, which is Laundered Limericks by Peter Pauper. Somehow it shows up in Amazon but won't show up in the Goodreads search using Amazon as its search feature. So you ... Read full review

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John Warkentin is a professor emeritus of geography at York University and the author of various books on Canada, including A Regional Geography of Canada: Life, Sand, and Space.

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