Nursery Rhymes

Nursery rhymes. Aren’t they violent? I wonder what we’ll be teaching the next generation.

The Farmer’s Wife.
The Farmer’s Wife.
See how she hops.
See how she hops.

We chased after her with our sense of smell
Because we thought that all was well
But she chopped us with a butcher’s knife
The Farmer’s wife.

We can’t even see, damn it,
We’re three blind mice.

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Jill and I went up the hill
Cause Mom made us fetch some water
I fell down and-
Where am I?

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I’m a little baby on the tree top
When the wind blows,
OH MY GOD!
The bough has broken!
AAAAaaaaahhhhhh!!!

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  1. Ang cute. Haha Kung anu-ano na naman iniisip mo, di ka man lang mag-share. :))

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  2. kbugal

     /  April 14, 2009

    “OMG! the bough was broken ..AAAAaaaahhh!!”

    wahahahahha! benta, tae. hahaha!

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  3. jian5

     /  April 15, 2009

    My gorgeous bf,

    Haha. Too much study makes a man crazy.

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  4. jian5

     /  April 15, 2009

    Kara,

    Saya no? Wahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! Thank you!

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  5. My Gayest,

    Yeah, I know. Kaya ka siguro baliw, nasobrahan ng pagka-GC nung highschool. Haha!

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  6. The wisdom of Nursery Rhymes. We’ve transmitted conventional wisdom via these fun sounding phrases. Sige, go. I wanna see what you’ll be teaching the next generation. :))

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  7. jian5

     /  April 17, 2009

    We’ll teach them differently. Haha.

    Reply

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