A question, please:
I have been trying to find the answer to this by reading Wikiquote's policy pages, and I can't seem to figure it out. The question is: I saw a great limerick about Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky on a bathroom wall in a law school library, great enough to be worth quoting in Wikiquote (IMHO; tell me if you don't agree!) but I don't know what the Wikiquote policy is about including those types of anonymous quotations in a Wikiquote page. Should I, or should I not, add the following limerick to the page? Please advise.
- The President said to the Ms.:
"Your mouth is a nice place for jizz,
And whether it's moral
For you to give oral
Depends on the meaning of 'is'."
- The short answer is no, this is not appropriate for the site, as only properly sourced quotes are captured at Wikiquote, as well as quotes from notable people. This quote, while humorous, fails on both counts. ~ UDScott (talk) 14:12, 3 February 2020 (UTC)