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|Baby's Day Out OKcomputer 20 Oct 08 6:58PM ||Thread Closed|
is on channel 382,001, it is a laugh riot
|re: Baby's Day Out 1994 20 Oct 08 6:59PM ||Thread Closed|
i think i only get seven hundred :(
|re: Baby's Day Out OKcomputer 20 Oct 08 7:00PM ||Thread Closed|
HAHAHA THE BABY JUST LIGHT THE CROTCH OF A MADMAN ON FIRE!!!
|re: Baby's Day Out OKcomputer 20 Oct 08 7:01PM ||Thread Closed|
THE POLITCE IS SUSPICIOUS OF HIS WINCING FACE!
|re: Baby's Day Out unknown 20 Oct 08 7:05PM ||Thread Closed|
Little does he know of the babies intention of world dominatiion through nuclear threat using nuke-a-baby-bottle, it is madness!
|re: Baby's Day Out OKcomputer 20 Oct 08 7:07PM ||Thread Closed|
HAHAHAHA THE MOTHER OF THE CHILDR IS SAD ABOUT HER MISSING CHILD!!! SHE FOLDS HIS CORDOROUYS AND WEEPA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|re: Baby's Day Out unknown 20 Oct 08 7:09PM ||Thread Closed|
"Oh look", the mother chottles, "babies make-a-nuke reactor is falling through the floor, how cute!"
|re: Baby's Day Out OKcomputer 20 Oct 08 7:21PM ||Thread Closed|
OPrag is noy in this movir
|re: Baby's Day Out trochee 20 Oct 08 10:09PM ||Thread Closed|
quit watching nude babies you sickos
|re: Baby's Day Out netskyIam 21 Oct 08 12:01AM ||Thread Closed|
Every poet should know by heart some of the best of gruesome verses.
These were on the lips of every English speaking child in the 1890s.
Classics are as classics to. Enough Rime of the Ancient Mariner, and ceiling fans with spider pomes?
Where "giving you the willies" came from.
First made famous through Harry Graham’s Ruthless Rhymes, the ‘Little Willie’ verses have been delighting children for over 100 years. Often cruel, always funny, these quirky little gems have both an immediate and universal appeal. As well as many old favourites the collection includes new poems by some of the best children’s poets around.
Public domain, free for download,
NAUGHTY little Hannah said
She could make her grandma whistle,
So, that night, inside her bed
Placed some nettles and a thistle.
Though dear grandma quite infirm is,
Heartless Hannah watched her settle,
With her poor old epidermis
Resting up against a nettle.
Suddenly she reached the thistle!
My! you should have heard her whistle! • ••••••
A successful plan was Hannah's,
But I cannot praise her manners.
N the drinking-well
(Which the plumber built her)
Aunt Eliza fell, —
We must buy a filter.
The Fond Father
Of Baby I was very fond,
She'd won her father's heart ;
So, when she fell into the pond,
It gave me quite a start.
Late last night I slew my wife,
Stretched her on the parquet flooring ;
I was loath to take her life,
But I had to stop her snoring.
Give this book
To your children today;
Tis good food to grow them on
until the very weary day
when then come and then
r. a. w.