This hilarious and superbly-illustrated book of fiendishly clever limericks is not only a sure antidote to melancholy but a work of comic genius. From the jockey who traversed the Sudan on a cow, to Don Juan who came to a painful and unmentionable end, these limericks are a triumph of the verse form. The ideal Holiday or birthday gift for a friend or family member who needs cheered up.
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About the Author
Over the years, Sean O'Neill has been published in a variety of periodicals not including the New Yorker, the Washington Post and the Times of London. He has had a varied career as a humorist and has eschewed appearing on many TV shows, including but not limited to Saturday Night Live and the Jerry Springer Show. In 2008, for the third year running, he was not awarded the Conde Nast Humorist of the Year Award. This is his second, but by no means last, book of light verse in print. Sean O'Neill does not live in New York with a household of seven cats and a canary.