Sing a song of sixpence
A pocket full of rye
Four and twenty blackbirds
Baked in a pie . . .
The cook is now awaiting trial
on a charge of cruelty to animals.
Not what I was looking for but awesome anyway! Nice one!
Hi! Just another from my twisted head.
I love your rhymes. They remind me a lot of the Revolting Rhymes by Roald Dahl. I read them over and over as a child with my brother. Happy memories of grossed out nursery rhymes! Thank you.
Cheers! Most were spur of the moment compositions to amuse my kids. I just have that kind of mind.
I like your children’s sense of humor.
Reply from Middle Daughter: We hadn’t the choice, she thrust it upon us. In my defence, quirky humour is a family trait, I suffered it from my father. He suffered it from his mother. Nurture or nature?
I tend toward nature, as my own sense of humor was mostly foreign to my parents.
To Middle Daughter (from a middle child): The best revenge is to develop your own unique sense of humor. It helps all the times when you’re not first, because you’re not the oldest, you’re not the youngest. etc.
I shall relay.
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