There was a young fellow named Hyde
Who fell down a privy and died
His unfortunate brother
Then fell down another
And now they’re interred side by side
Spot the pun in the last line? Chuckle.
There was a young girl whose frigidity
Approached cataleptic rigidity
Till you gave her a drink
When she quickly would sink
In a state of complaisant liquidity
From ‘The Lure of the Limerick’ compiled by William Baring-Gould and published by Wordsworth Editions Ltd 1989.