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As a child...

As a child we are *forced* to learn few poems. But the poem I use to run around and sing was somewhat weird. It was like,
Piggy on the railway track,
Picking up stones,
Down came the engine,
Broke Piggy bone.
Oh!, said the Piggy,
"That's not fair".
Yes!, said the engine driver,


And now, it seems really funny to me. Any weird, childhood poem you would like to share.

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Permalink Another Poster... 
March 24th, 2005
Milk, milk, lemonade,
Round the corner chocolate's made.
Put a penny in the slot,
Out it comes - plop, plop, plop.

(It's important to include the pointing at nipples, front bottom and starfish during the first two lines. :)
Permalink Mat Hall 
March 24th, 2005
Starfish huh.

Euphemisms are soooooo interesting.
Permalink Simon Lucy 
March 24th, 2005
I was always fond of:

"A peanut sat on a railroad track,
its heart was all a-flutter.
Toot! Toot! Train came round the bend.
Toot! Toot! Peanut butter!"

And the song about little bunny foo-foo.
Permalink Steve Barbour 
March 24th, 2005
Oops, you found an error!