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Stirry stirry custard

snot and bogey pie

 

Three cats giblets

and one dogs eye

 

Stir it up with a worm on a stick

Then rinse it down with a cup of cold sick.

 

 

Any parent telling their kids that would be thrown into the nick these days :D

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Another one for you:-

You know mi Auntie Nellie?

She had a wooden belly,

And every time ya squeezed it,

Out popped jelly.

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Another one for you:-

You know mi Auntie Nellie?

She had a wooden belly,

And every time ya squeezed it,

Out popped jelly.

 

Wow I'd forgot that one! thanks :D

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There was a little girl

Who had a little curl

right in the middle of her forehead

When she was good

she was very, very good

And when she was bad

she was horrid

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There was a little girl

Who had a little curl

right in the middle of her forehead

When she was good,

she was very, very good

And when she was bad

SHE WAS VERY POPULAR!

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Here's a few me mother used to disturb me with as a child:-

Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear,

Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair,

Fuzzy Wuzzy wuzn't fuzzy wuz he?

 

Yum-yum pigs bum,

Cows eat chewing gum.

 

Mrs Brown went to town with her knickers hanging down,

Mrs Green saw the scene and wrote it in a magazine.

 

One from the wife:-

Little Dog, little street, little car, potted meat.

 

and a few schoolyard rhymes:-

Mrs Write had a fright in the middle of the night,

saw a beetle,

Eating treacle,

Halfway up a knitting needle,

 

or

 

Mrs Write had a fright in the middle of the night,

Saw a ghost,

Eating toast,

Halfway up a lamp post.

 

(Our school headmistress was a Miss Write)

 

There was this one that the girls would say:-

 

I'm a little fairy I don't swear............, I don't know the rest 'cos they'd always whisper it.

 

I always liked :-

 

My friend Billy had a 10ft w.... , but maybe that's for another forum.

 

How about Princess Anne said to The Queen,

"Have you ever heard of Shiregreen?",

The Queen said "no I don't think so,

But I've heard of the Burngreave Aggro."

 

And finally another of my mothers mint/bottom obsessive rhymes,

Trebor Mints are a minty bit stronger,

Stick 'em up your bum and they last a lot longer.

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what were the other two my grandma used to sing...?

oh yeah

 

"Owd *insert name here* in't no good

Chop her up

For fire wood

When she's dead

Stand 'er on 'er 'ead

Then we'll 'ave some

Ginger bread!"

"

If you knew what this rhyme was actually about PT I don't think you would've posted it, 'cos it's really disgusting, but not at all obvious. I wonder if your grandma knew.

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Old king cole was a merry old soul

and a merry old soul was he

 

He went for a shyyte in the middle of the night

on the W. C.

 

The moon was shining brightly,

the candle had a fit,

 

Old king cole fell down the hole, up to his neck in.....!

 

 

My dad used to tell me that one...

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I like Jabbers version too :hihi:

And Steptoad thanks for all those

Remember I know your mother and she's a lovely person

so we'll excuse her rhymes won't we :bigsmile:

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Old king cole was a merry old soul

and a merry old soul was he

 

He went for a shyyte in the middle of the night

on the W. C.

 

The moon was shining brightly,

the candle had a fit,

 

Old king cole fell down the hole, up to his neck in.....!

 

 

My dad used to tell me that one...

 

Jabbers I can see where your sense of humour came from now

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Anyone remember the one to the tune of Inky Pinky Parlez-vous? I can only remember bits of it:-

There was an old man from timbuktoo, P-v, (Repeat)

There was an old man from Timbuktoo dropped a fart & away it blew

Inky Pinky P-v.

The fart went rollin down the street P-v, (Repeat)

The fart went rollin down the street & knocked a copper off his feet

Inky Pinky P-v.

The copper got out his rusty pistol P-v, (Repeat)

The copper got out his rusty pistol; shot the fart right into Bristol,

Inky Pinky P-v.

The people of Bristol were havin a dance P-v, (Repeat)

The people of Bristol were havin a dance & shot the fart right into France,

Inky Pinky P-v.

And that's as much as I can remember. Pls put me out of my misery somebody!!!

"Man" here sez they used to sing it at the match years ago.

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