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  • wispa lover
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    I went to a chinese restaurant to buy a loaf of bread, bread, bread.
    He wrapped it up in a five pound note and this is what he said, said, said...

    ...Can't remember the rest.

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  • Trickyvee
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    Originally posted by mosquitobill View Post
    In the tig song adout being no good I seem to remember the next line being when he's dead stand on his head then we'll have some currant bread, God knows what all that was about.
    That's quite tame. We were all for boiling heads and making them into gingerbread!

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  • mosquitobill
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    In the tig song adout being no good I seem to remember the next line being when he's dead stand on his head then we'll have some currant bread, God knows what all that was about.
    Last edited by mosquitobill; 03-06-2011, 03:22.

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  • HG
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    Welcome to the forum Alan, the forum is 70's to 90's so if you could keep future posts to these decades that would be great

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  • alan fell
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    I can remember this from school in Chesterfield circa 1962
    spaggamagga pudding and toenail pie
    all mixed up with a dead dog's eye
    if you don't like it, mix it up thick
    and wash it all down with a cold cup of sick

    the spaggamagga bit was probably something that had been misheard/mis-transmitted

    I also remember, late sixties, there were two versions of Rule Britannia - the thing that was considered smart and funny was the way one line rolled into the next enabling you to get away with using "swear words" - one went like this...
    Rule Britannia two monkeys up a stick one fell down and paralysed his prickles was a bulldog sitting on the grassk no questions tell no lies I saw a policemant buttoning up his flies are a nuisance bugs are worse I saw a Chinaman riding in a hearse are very big mine are small -- can't remember the rest

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  • Marcella
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    Many memorable songs here I had forgotten!..


    This one is what I sang while playing two balls at school!..

    Have a cigarette sir, no sir, why sir, because I've got a cold sir, where did you catch the cold sir, from the north pole sir, what were you doing there sir, catching a polar bear sir, how many did you catch sir, one sir, two sir, the third one caught me sir!...


    It's amazing what sticks in our minds!..lol

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  • Trickyvee
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    Originally posted by jolima71 View Post

    something something (or might of been a name?)
    turn around (u turn around)
    something something
    touch the ground (u touch the ground)
    then some thing something something else (lol)
    something something do the splits (u attempt to do the splits)
    old post but for this we started with

    I'm on my way to Texas, good old Texas town, I met a Senorita with xxxxxxxxx (I was blissfully naive at the time but it's way too rude for this forum!)

    Then we'd go to spanish lady turn around, spanish lady touch the ground, spanish lady do the splits, spanish lady show your knicks!

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  • tulip
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    Sorry,didn't realise there was a post already about this.

    Trickyvee,we had a slighty different version of this.

    See,see,my playmate,
    come out and play with me,
    and bring your dollies 3.
    climb up my apple tree,
    slide down my drainpipe,
    peep through my celler door
    and we'll be jolly friends,
    for evermore

    See,see my playmate
    I cannot play with you
    my dollies got the flu
    boo hoo,hoo hoo hoo hoo
    aint got no drainpipe
    aint got no celler door
    but we'll be jolly friends for ever more
    shut that door!

    tulip

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  • Trickyvee
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    See see my baby
    I can not play with you
    My dolly's got the flu
    Chicken pox and the measles too
    Slide down the drain pipe
    And through the cellar door
    And we'll be jolly friends
    Forever more, more, shut that door, don't forget to scrub the floor!
    (hand clapping song)

    Cannibal king with the big nose ring
    fell in love with the hula da-a-ame
    and every night, when the moon shone bright
    across the lake he ca-a-ame
    they hugged and kissed in the gathering mist
    by the shade of the bamboo tree-e-e
    and I was there quite unaware
    it sounded like this to me-e-e
    Ga ru, ga ru, ga ru tiddly i de ey-e-e
    Ga ru, ga ru, ga ru tiddly i de ey-e-e

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  • tulip
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    Couple of songs I remember

    I was coming out the bath and this song came into my head,oddly enough.

    With my hand on myself,
    what have we here,
    this is my topnotcher
    my mother dear......

    It continued down the body and you had to remember everything in order,backwards and sing ding a ling a ling
    thats what they taught me at school!!!

    The other one was "I had the german measles"
    ,but that might be a Scottish one,not sure.

    Anyone remember these?Or have any other strange songs from school?


    tulip

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  • kazboot
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    Don't know if you'd call it a playground song, but I thought of this silly rhyme we used to say :-

    'Oompah, oompah, stick it up your jumper!'

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  • rossobantam
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    Originally posted by kazboot View Post
    Did anyone else do: 'Put your spuds (fists) up'.
    'One potato, two potato, three potato, four,
    Five potato, six potato, seven potato, more'.
    Counting fists to see who was It.

    yep that was one of ours too

    as was 'Ip dip dog sh*t....' (sorry)

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  • kazboot
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    Also the boys used to go round the playground in a group arm in arm saying:

    'Who wants to play Wars, no girls aloud'.

    They never played it though because it took the whole playtime to get enough people together, then we went in!

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  • glam_racket
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    For determining who's it.

    Rhyme sayer: Mickey Mouse had a house, what colour was it....
    Child: RED
    Rhyme sayer: R - E - D you are not it.

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    He's Popeye the sailor man, he lives in a caravan etc etc

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    All join on if you want to play (armies, tig, football)

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    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh (like an air raid siren) I'm telling/Gonna tell
    Last edited by glam_racket; 16-07-2009, 17:54. Reason: Basic grammar!

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  • Marine Boy
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    Originally posted by kazboot View Post
    ...the old favourite:
    'Ip dip penny chip, you are not It'.
    Also: "Ip dip sky blue; who's it? ..not you". There must have been many more.

    And why 'ip-dip'? Wonder what the origin of that is?

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