The limerick is a poetical form popular since the 18th century. The idea that there can be ‘clean’ limericks is farcical at best. However, I have a couple of examples that I wrote which are cleaner than most.
There was an old man from Vancouver,
Who bought his new wife a used Hoover;
She put in the plug,
It sucked up the rug,
So he got a big van man to move her.
It’s the Pits
There was a young woman from Barrie,
Who loved kissing armpits, quite hairy;
One day, she did smell,
And said, “This is hell:
Some sweaty men’s armpits are scary.”
Will that be Cash or …?
A young maiden from St. Catharines
Felt she’d have to pay dearly for sins;
So she thought, “What’s the harm-a,
If I charge them to Karma,
Cause a person with debts never wins?”