DERIVATIVES joc•u•lar•i•ty |-ˌlarɪti| noun joc•u•lar•ly adverbORIGIN early 17th cent.: from Latin jocularis, from joculus, diminutive of jocus (see JOKE ).
A salacious furball from one time Clevelander Robert Dennis Crumb and cronies. The instrumental – \”with novelty singing by members of the band\” – was originally coupled with \”Christopher Columbus\”, an even bawdier piece of faux 1920\’s whimsy featuring a vocalisation by one Leila Jane Dornacker. This one can either be fairly amusing or downright irritating, depending on one\’s mood and material condition. Rather like \”The Rain Song\”. You have been warned.