A Young Lady of Kent

Max_Silbert_-_The_Seduction_1900

There was a young lady of Kent
Who said that she knew what it meant
When men asked her to dine,
Gave her cocktails and wine —
She knew what it meant but she went.

There are several much lewder versions of this anonymous limerick, but I prefer this one!

The illustration is ‘The Seduction’ by Max Silbert (1871-1930) via Wikimedia
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About layanglicana

Author of books on Calcutta, Delhi and Dar es Salaam, I am now blogging as a lay person about the Church of England and the Anglican Communion. I am also blogging about the effects of World War One on the village of St Mary Bourne, Hampshire.
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One Response to A Young Lady of Kent

  1. UKViewer says:

    There was a young lady of Kent,
    Who needed to pay her rent,
    Her need for pence,
    made her lose her common sense,
    The pence she raised,
    was not well made,
    her good name was spent.

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