A Tree Toad Loved A She-Toad by Anon

A tree toad loved a she-toad

That lived up in a tree.

She was a three-toed tree toad

But a two-toed toad was he.

The two-toed toad tried to win

The she-toad’s friendly nod,

For the two-toed toad loved the ground

On which the three-toed toad trod.

But no matter how the two-toed tree toad tried,

He could not please her whim.

In her tree toad bower

With her three-toed power,

The she toad vetoed him.


– by Anon.


On Mules We Find Two Legs Behind by Anon

On mules we find two legs behind

And two we find before.

We stand behind before we find

What those behind be for.

We find before the two before

Just what they, too, be for.

so stand before the two behind

and behind the two before.


by Anon

I’ve Got A Dog As Thin As A Rail by Anon

I’ve got a dog as thin as a rail,

He’s got fleas all over his tail;

Every time his tail goes flop

The fleas on the bottom all hop to the top.


by Anon


It Was Midnight by Anon

It was midnight and the sun beat down

Upon the deep red sea

The fishes nestled in the trees

And sang a song to me.

The butterflies swam slowly by

A sandwich in each hand,

The sheep all croaked ‘Abide With Me’

Along with the big brass band.

I certainly live in a very strange place

where life is never dull

As Farmer Gyles said of his Aberdeen pride

‘It’s unpredictabull’.

by Anon


There Was A Young Lady From Ickenham by Anon

There was a young lady from Ickenham

Who went on a bus-trip to Twickenham.

She drank too much beer,

Which made her feel queer,

So she took off her boot and was sick-in-’em.

by Anon.


I Sat Next To The Duchess At Tea by Anon

I sat next to the duchess at tea.

It was just as I feared it would be.

Her rumblings abdominal

Were simply phenomenal

And everyone thought it was me!

by Anon.


The Old Man Of Blackheath by Anon

There was an old man of Blackheath

Who sat on his set of false teeth.

Said he, with a start,

‘O, Lord, bless my heart!

I have bitten myself underneath!’


by Anon.