Blue Chips” for this project. So NCT U or NCT overall got overshadowed. hen/one hen, two ducks/one hen, two ducks, three squawking geese...”. The melancholy dynamo: Deceased Artiste Robin Will... On the 'vulgarization' of Genet's 'The Maids', The 'announcer's test' and the nonsense lyric, The Insidious Doctor: Fu Manchu in the Media (part 1 of two), Sisterly Menace: Deceased Artiste Ann Prentiss, “Mean Jerry”: the underside of Deceased Artiste Jerry Lewis, The Insidious Doctor: Fu Manchu in the media (part two of 2), When ‘Eraserhead’ spanked Jerry Van Dyke’s daughter, Catch It While You Can: 'The Uncle Floyd Show' online, A ‘dirty story’ told by Deceased Artiste Michael Lonsdale, Stephen Kroninger's Drawger blog (many, many pitchas!
'Dear little duck!E was an elephant,Stately and wise:He had tusks and a trunk,And two queer little eyes.Oh, what funny small eyes!F was a fishWho was caught in a net;But he got out again,And is quite alive yet.Lively young fish!G was a goatWho was spotted with brown:When he did not lie stillHe walked up and down.Good little goat!H was a hatWhich was all on one side;Its crown was too high,And its brim was too wide.Oh, what a hat!I was some iceSo white and so nice,But which nobody tasted;And so it was wasted.All that good ice!J was a jug,So pretty and white,With fresh water in itAt morning and night.Nice little jug!K was a kiteWhich flew out of sight,Above houses so high,Quite into the sky.Fly away, kite!L was a lily,So white and so sweet!To see it and smell itWas quite a nice treat.Beautiful lily!M was a man,Who walked round and round;And he wore a long coatThat came down to the ground.Funny old man!N was a netWhich was thrown In the seaTo catch fish for dinnerFor you and for me.Nice little net!O was an orangeSo yellow and round:When it fell off the tree,It fell down to the ground.Down to the ground!P was a polly.All red, blue, and green,--The most beautiful pollyThat ever was seen.Poor little polly!Q was a quailWith a very short tail;And he fed upon cornIn the evening and morn.Quaint little quail!R was a rabbit,Who had a bad habitOf eating the flowersIn gardens and bowers.Naughty fat rabbit!S was the sugar-tongs,Nippity-nee,To take up the sugarTo put in our tea.Nippity-nee!T was a tortoise,All yellow and black:He walked slowly away,And he never came back.Torty never came back!U was an urnAll polished and bright,And full of hot waterAt noon and at night.Useful old urn!V was a veilWith a border upon it,And a ribbon to tie itAll round a pink bonnet.Pretty green veil!W was a watch,Where, in letters of gold,The hour of the dayYou might always behold.Beautiful watch!Y was a yew,Which flourished and grewBy a quiet abodeNear the side of a road.Dark little yew!Z was a zebra,All striped white and black;And if he were tame,You might ride on his back.Pretty striped zebra!
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