A simple rhyming song which I heard growing up and which still gets stuck in my head every so often:
My friend Billy had a ten foot willy.
He stuck it through the neighbour's door. OR He showed it to the girl next door.
She thought it was a snake,
Hit it with a rake,
And now it's only four foot four.
A little searching on the internet has convinced me that this is a somewhat well-known ditty, at least in England, so not just made up by someone I knew.
What is the origin of this song? Where and when did it first appear, and is there any hint of an original author?
(I've found the same question asked on another forum, Who Wrote The Naughty Rhyme "My Friend Billy Had a Ten Foot...", but without any serious answers (the top answer "My mate did. Yours sincerely, Billy." is absolutely hilarious and absolutely useless). I've also found an article crediting it to one James "Nipper" Jenkins, but given that the same site has an article "Pfizer cuts research into Alzheimer's, but can't remember why - more soon", I'd consider it somewhat less than reliable.)