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  • kazboot
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    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.

    And the old favourite:
    'Ip dip penny chip, you are not It'.

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  • tulip
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    Looks like there must have been variations on these.I know a few,but with different words.

    tulip

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  • kevpk
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    found this as well
    YouTube - John Kettley (Is A Weatherman) video

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  • kevpk
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    Originally posted by nevergrewup View Post
    Classic track by Half Man Half Biscuit

    OOOOhhhhhhhh
    Ayrton Senna's got the voice of a tenor
    Peter Snow sings very low
    Mark Barano is a soprano
    and John Kettley, John Kettley, John Kettley
    is a weatherman

    John Kettley is a weatherman
    a weatherman
    a weatherman
    John Kettley is a weatherman
    and so is Michael Fish

    Simon Parkin's always larkin
    Eric Lane is the same
    Jonothan Ross collects moss
    and John Kettley, John Kettley, John Kettley
    is a weatherman

    Lester Piggot couldn't dig it
    David Icke rides a bike
    Richard Keys has got no knees
    and John Kettley, John Kettley, John Kettley
    is a weatherman

    Debbie Thrower's got a lawnmower
    Johnny Marr he plays guitar
    David Steele lives in Keele
    and John Kettley, John Kettley, John Kettley
    is a weatherman

    Chuck Knox has blue socks
    Andy Crane has got no brain
    Bernard Davy left the navy
    and John Kettley, John Kettley, John Kettley
    is a weatherman

    John Kettley is a weatherman
    a weatherman
    a weatherman
    John Kettley is a weatherman
    and so is Michael Fish
    and so is Billy Giles
    and so is Ian McGaskill
    so is Wincy Willis
    according to wiki that song was sung by A Tribe Of Toffs. John Kettley is a Weatherman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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  • kevpk
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    Originally posted by Herr Grunwald View Post
    Jesus Christ Superstar,
    Came round the corner on Yahama,
    Did a skid, killed a kid,
    And hurt his b*ll*cks on a dustbin lid
    3 pages on and im still laughing at this one by Herr Grunwald!


    Georgie Best, superstar
    wears frilly knickers and a playtex bra.

    i remember that one, i dont know why, as George Best is and always will be my footballing hero

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  • branny
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    Originally posted by Lisey View Post
    Doing the rounds in Suffolk in the mid-80s:

    Mary had a little lamb, she thought it very silly
    She threw it in the air one day and caught it by its...
    Willy was a watchdog, sitting on the grass
    Along came a wasp and stung him on the...
    Ask no questions tell no lies
    I saw a policeman doing up his...
    Flies are a nuisance, wasps are worse
    And this is the end of my silly little verse

    Under the bramble bushes, down by the sea
    True love for you my darling, true love for me
    And when we marry, we'll have a family
    Boys for you, girls for me,
    um-tiddly-um-tum, sexeee
    (This last line was normally accompanied by the raising of skirts. Or sometimes an attempt to make boys join in by pulling their trousers down.)
    Benny Hill did one

    Mary had a little watch, she swallowed it one day
    then she took some castor oil to pass the time away.
    The castor oil did not work, the time it did not pass
    so if you want to know the time just look up marys
    ...........................SKIRT.

    Best one was Alexei Sayle on the young ones.

    Nutty Normans come to play, so hide the breadknife.


    and finally........some graffiti from the inside of a toilet at the swimming baths i used to attend as a kid.

    Don't come here to sit and wonder, s*it and p*ss and f*rt like thunder.

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  • Marine Boy
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    Have just read through this thread for the first time. I remember another hand-clapping one that went: 'A sailor went to sea, sea, sea, to see what he could see, see see.' It's very well known, so I won't write out the whole thing here!

    Does 'dipping' come into playground songs? You know; when you 'dipped' or 'chose' people for a game.

    "Ipper-dipper-dation,
    my operation,
    How many people
    at the station?
    One, two, three, (etc, depending on how many people in the group)
    O.U.T. spells out"

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  • bsidebaby
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    oh soldier soldier wont you marry me with your trumpet fife and drum
    oh no sweet maid i cannot marry you cause i have no clothes to put on
    so off she went to her grandmothers chest and found him a coat of the very very best and the soldier put it on

    and so it goes on with all the rest of his clothing...................

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  • bsidebaby
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    Under the bramble bushes under the sea my darling
    true to love you my darling true to love to me
    when we get married we'll raise a family
    under the bramble bushes under the sea

    my boyfriend gave me an apple
    my boyfriend gave me a pear
    my boyfriend gave me a kiss on the lips and htrew me down the stairs

    oom pom pie coralie
    coriester oom pom pie coralie
    akidamus so famous poof poof

    i'm squishing up the baby bumble bee
    what my mother gave to me
    i'm squishing up the baby bumble bee
    ooh ahh the bee stung me
    i'm squishing up the baby bumble bee

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  • curmudgeon
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    Tarzan in the jungle,
    got a belly ache
    wants to go to toilet
    oops! too late.

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  • suzannewozere2
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    Sure sign it's late, I just read this thread title as playground snogs !

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  • suzannewozere2
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    Originally posted by gregg View Post
    does anyone know the rest of this please,
    scab and matter pudding, toenail pie, all mixed together with a dead dogs eye, any surgestions please Happy Happy.
    his seems to be a version of this one:
    Yellow matter custard,
    Snot and bogey pie
    All mixed together with a dead dog's eye
    Snotty green jam - spread it on thick
    Wash it all down with a cup of cold sick

    or
    https://forums.doyouremember.co.uk/s...html#post81026
    Last edited by Heather74; 01-01-2009, 19:24.

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  • suzannewozere2
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    Originally posted by Lisey View Post
    Doing the rounds in Suffolk in the mid-80s:

    Mary had a little lamb, she thought it very silly
    She threw it in the air one day and caught it by its...
    Willy was a watchdog, sitting on the grass
    Along came a wasp and stung him on the...
    Ask no questions tell no lies
    I saw a policeman doing up his...
    Flies are a nuisance, wasps are worse
    And this is the end of my silly little verse

    Under the bramble bushes, down by the sea
    True love for you my darling, true love for me
    And when we marry, we'll have a family
    Boys for you, girls for me,
    um-tiddly-um-tum, sexeee
    (This last line was normally accompanied by the raising of skirts. Or sometimes an attempt to make boys join in by pulling their trousers down.)

    We had similar versions

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  • gbdlufc
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    well, a few brought a smile to my face there
    Ones I remember are, forgive the spelling:-

    Rain rain faster
    ally ally aster

    You would get a group of boys and have arms around each others shoulders forming a line and march around the playground in a goose step fashion singing-

    Anyone in the way gets a big kick (and repeat, anon! Until the dinner ladies stopped us....sorry miss.)

    Not a song but do you remember bumps, OUCH

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  • gregg
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    scab

    does anyone know the rest of this please,
    scab and matter pudding, toenail pie, all mixed together with a dead dogs eye, any surgestions please Happy Happy.

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