There was a young lady named Sally
who enjoyed the occasional dally.
She sat on the lap
of a well-endowed chap,
and cried “Sir! You’re right up my alley!”
– Townsend, The Crown (TV series)
There was an old Countess of Bray,
and you might think it odd when I say,
that despite her high station,
rank and education,
she always spelt “cunt” with a K!
– King George, The Crown (TV series)
Hahaha. Good God!
It took me a good minute to figure out that the old Countess of Bray was not bad at spelling at all. King George’s limerick is very brilliant (and offensive, of course)!
The statement is not literal, and the first clue is in the ‘high station, rank and education’.
In other words, the Countess of Bray can spell alright, but she spells ‘cunt’. She has the characteristic of a cunt, and a major one too, since it’s with a ‘K’. There’s a bit of an emphasis on the first syllable of ‘Cunt’. Oof!
The English are quite sly too. I (may or may not) like that.