10 Naughty Playground Rhymes You Probably Used In School
Are these the nursery rhymes we grew up being taught by our parents and teachers? Well, no, not quite. Here is a list of cheeky rhymes you may have learned from your friends and used in the playground.
School dinners, school dinners,
Mushy peas, mushy peas,
Soggy semolina, soggy semolina,
I feel sick, get the bucket quick,
Too late mate, done it on my plate.
2. Mary Had a Little Lamb
(This one was epic!)
Mary had a little lamb, she thought it was quite silly,
To throw him up into the air and catch him by his,
Willy was a sheepdog, running through the grass,
Along came a bee and stung him on the,
Ask no questions, tell no lies,
I saw a policeman open up his,
Flies are a nuisance, bees are worse,
That is the end of my little verse.
3. You Are Not It (Part 1)
When deciding who was going to be ‘It’ in a game of, for instance British Bulldog, there were a selection of rhymes used. Here are a couple of the more memorable ones.
Ibble obble black bobble, ibble obble out,
Turn the dirty dish cloth inside out,
Once if it’s dirty, twice if it’s clean,
Ibble obble black bobble, you are out!
4. You Are Not It (Part 2)
Mickey Mouse, in his house, pulling down his trousers,
Quick Mum, smack his bum, O. U. T. spells OUT!
5. Pardon Me
Pardon me for being rude,
It was not me, it was my food,
It just popped up, to say hello,
And now it’s gone back down below.
6. Jingle Bells
Jingle bells, Batman smells,
Robin flew away,
Uncle Billy, lost his willy on the motorway.
7. Beans Beans
Beans beans, the musical fruit,
The more you eat, the more you toot,
The more you toot, the better you feel,
So we have beans at every meal.
Up above the streets and houses, Bungle’s flying high,
Opens up his hairy legs and poops in Jeffrey’s eye.
9. What’s The Time?
What’s the time, half past nine,
Hang your nickers on the line,
When the postman comes along,
Hurry up and put them on.
10. My Little Pony
My little pony,
Skinny and boney,
Down in the stable,
Drinking Carling Black Label.
Goodness knows where they came from originally, but it just goes to show that children have great imaginations.
Do you remember any that we have missed that you would like to share, or any variations on those above?