Disclaimer–you can tell this joke to your mother, grandmother, preacher, at work, in mixed company-etc.
It’s not the word you are probably thinking. This word has two syllables. Does that help you guess?
F-*-*-*-*-*-u-c-k–Got it yet?
It is big and red and makes lots of noises. It is used by both men and women. For some people it is just a job, but for most of them it is a true passion. They used to do it with horses but now it is a mechanized.
You must have guessed it is firetruck.
Usually when a limerick starts There once was a girl from Nantucket, people start to squirm. This may not end well. How about this version?
There once was a girl from Nantucket
Who carried her lunch each day in a bucket
Her bread was so hard
It bounced more than a yard
And so she decided to chuck it
Have you ever engaged in sideways cursing–where you say heck instead of hell, dang instead of damn? Join in the conversation and share your favorite There once was a girl from Nantucket limerick or what word you use instead of the F word. I had a friend with a son who was four at the time. His 9 year old brother came home from school and shared that a kid had used the F-word. Bobby, the 4 year old, did not know what the F word was, but he could figure out it was something bad. He went around saying “You F-word.”