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Favourite Nursery Rhyme?

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Favourite Nursery Rhyme?

Hickory Dickory Dock,
Three mice ran up the clock
The clock struck one,
..... the other two got away !  Grin Grin Grin
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Numpty dumpty sat on a wall
Numpty dumpty had a great fall Grin
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Hah!..... that`s a right cracker, to be sure it is  Cheesy
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Twinkle Twinkle  little bat
How I wonder what your at
Up above the sky so high
Like a tea tray in the sky
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Re: Favourite Nursery Rhyme?

The boy stood on the burning deck
his voice was all a quiver
he gave a cough, his leg fell off
and floated down the river
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Re: Favourite Nursery Rhyme?

Quote from: steve74
Numpty dumpty sat on a wall
Numpty dumpty had a great fall Grin

All the king's horses and all the king's men
Were there in a flash, led by Mand from PN
Not young enough to know everything
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Re: Favourite Nursery Rhyme?

Hmm. Bursary, adversary, cursory… oh, was that not what you meant? Sad
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Re: Favourite Nursery Rhyme?

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall,
All the kings horses and all the kings men,
Said [Censored] it he's only an egg.
The grand old duke of York,
He had 10,000 men,
And when he had the energy,
He had them all again.
Opps it got censored, but it's not a swear word as such!  Although it's a censored word it isn't the bad one.
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Mary had a little Lamb
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And the Doctor died off shock
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The grand old duke of York,

Always thought it was the "Duchess of York"
...........on second thoughts won't go there
How about
http://www.rhymes.org.uk/a37-i-love-little-pussy.htm ; instead
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Mary had a little lamb, she took it to her wedding.
Her father put it against the wall, and kicked the buggers head in. (that's going to get censored again, but it's not a swear word!)
Mary had a little lamb, her father shot it dead,
Now Mary takes her lamb to school, between two lumps of bread.
Mary had a little lamb, she also had a bear,
I've often seen Mary's (Marys'?) lamb, but I've never seen her bare.
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Re: Favourite Nursery Rhyme?

‘Mary's’ – the other option would denote a possessive of more than one Mary.
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True, I've always thought though that 's denotes is, like John's going to town - John is going to town.  There's a chill in the air tonight - there is a chill in the air tonight.  It's (it is) that y on the end of Mary that should turn it into Marie which is a totally different name, silly y Tongue