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Songs and rhymes etc from your childhood that still amuse you to this day.

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by My Blake Incarcerated, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. I love!

    What's the time?
    Ten to nine!
    Hang your knickers
    On the line
    When they're dry
    Bring them in
    Put them in the biscuit tin
    Eat a biscuit
    Eat a cake
    Eat your knickers by mistake.

  2. These are three separate rhymes but we always used to say them together...

    Mummy and Daddy
    There's something in my nappy
    It's big and brown
    I can't sit down

    I was climbing up a tree
    And it trickled down my knee
    Diarrhoea! Diarrhoea!

    I made a cup of tea
    And I mixed it with my wee
    It's all gone wrong
    It's far too strong

  3. There once was a man from China
    He wasn't a very good climber
    He slipped on a rock and broke his cock
    And now he's got a vagina.

  4. Amazing. We had like hundreds of these!

    It comes out your bum like Pedigree Chum
    Diarrhoea! Diarrhoea!
  5. My Mum wasn't in
    So I did it in the bin
    Diarrhoea! Diarrhoea!
  6. Heinz beans
    They're good for your heart
    The more you eat
    The more you fart
    The more you fart
    The better you feel
    So let's have beans
    For every meal.
  7. "Sex is evil,
    Sex is sin,
    Sin is forgiven
    so get stuck in"

    I saw that written in a playground.
  8. On an unrelated note, our Geography books were full of graffiti from cover to cover. This one time I was reading this text book and someone had written 'turn to page 20' in the corner, so I did. Then they told me to turn to page 47 or whatever, and there was FAT BITCH in the corner. I was well offended.
  9. We had that in a few science books, except they were all 'turn to', so you spent the whole lesson going from page to page.
  10. mattsy666

    mattsy666 Guest

    i remembered this from primary school a few weeks back (memory, not reality obv) and was amazed at the token racism of it ... but i still pissed myself laughing:

    chinky, chonky chinaman sitting in the grass
    along came a bumblebee and stung him on the ...

    and no i don't feel ashamed ... i respected my elders when this was invented ... can anyone say the same now?
  11. We said

    It shoots from your bum like a bullet from a gun
    Diarrhoea! Diarrhoea!

    There's an old tape recording of me when I was about six saying

    In 1966, the Queen pulled down her knicks
    She licked her bum and said yum yum in 1966

  12. I always remember singing the , "Hitler has only got one ball" song.

    However, the only I can remember at the minute:

    "What would you do
    If you needed a poo
    In an english country garden
    Pull down your pants
    And suffocate the ants
    In an english country garden"

    "What would you do
    If you needed a wee (?!)
    In an english country garden
    Pull down your pants
    And water all the plants
    In an english country garden"

    You get the jist.

    I also liked the rhymes you used to decide who was doing what in games in the playground:

    "Ip dip
    dog shit
    fucking bastard
    silly git
    O U T spells out"

    Well, yes. Quite.
  13. Oh yeah, we had a weird one for choosing who was "It". It was like:

    Mickey Mouse
    In his house
    Pulling down his trousers
    What colour were his pants?

    *Choose colour e.g. red*

    R, E, D and you are not IT.


    We also played a game called "Eggs, Bacon, Chips or Cheese" which involved the song:

    Eggs, bacon, chips or cheese?
    Which would you rather please?
    Chewing gum
    Around the world in 80 Days (although sometimes replaced with "Stick it up your granny's bum" for hilarity)

    Then some complicated game ensued.
  14. Here are a few of my faves:

    Lets all go to Tesco
    Where (insert name) buys all their best clothes


    It comes out your bum
    Like Pedigree Chum
    Diarrhoea! Diarrhoea!

    Milky x
  15. And I just remembered this one to the tune of Seasons In The Sun

    We had joy we had fun
    Flicking bogies at the sun
    But the sun was too hot
    And the bogies turned to snot
  16. Tribal Spaceman

    Tribal Spaceman Oh, OK.

    Auntie Mary had a canary
    Up the leg of her drawers
    While she was sleeping
    We were peeping
    Up the leg of her drawers

    Auntie Mary had a canary
    Up the leg of her drawers
    May auntie farted
    It departed
    Down the leg of her drawers

    oh dear
  17. The girls in France do the hula-hula dance
    And the dance they do is enough to tie a shoe
    And the shoe they tie is enough to tell a lie
    And the lie they tell is enough to ring a bell
    And the bell they ring goes ding a ling a ling!

    Oh and we always sang this one:

    We are the *name of school* girls
    We wear our hair in curls
    We wear our dungarees/Levi jeans
    Upon our sexy knees
    We don't smoke or drink
    That's what our parents think
    We don't play with toys
    We just kiss the boys

    There was something about getting pregnant invloving the line "My father hit the roof, it was a baby poof". Lovely.

    Oh and one more:

    Oooh, Ah, I lost my bra
    And I lost my knickers in my boyfriend's car

    This was all in primary school!! Haha.
  18. This needs to be sung to the tune of Ace of Base's "The Sign"

    I saw your mum,
    She opened up her legs,
    I gave her some.
    She was outstanding,
    I fucked her on the landing.
    I saw your mum,
    She opened up her legs,
    I saw the scum.

    Milky x
  19. That's not even vaguely funny.
  20. Oh dear god. That is brilliant.

    I do remember when the whole R Kelly/children/Ignition drama was going on, and a few people at Uni came up with altered lyrics (I can only remember one bit at the moment):

    "I've got my hand up your bum/while I'm fisting your Mum"

    I can't listen to Ignition now.
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