I like Babies
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I Like Babies!
Young boys are nice in rissoles and girls make a
but best of all are babies - believe me, I've had
quite a few!
They're sweet, they're soft and they're tender and
sing the most piteous song as they slide down your
throat to your stomach
- the place they were born to belong!
Fathers are mean and bad tempered and mothers are
ugly and cruel,
but babies have fair dispositions - I generally
find as a rule.
I try to avoid ancient grandmas, they're stringy
and tasteless and tough,
whilst sisters and nieces and aunties have tongues
that at times can be rough. (baby kiss)
Young boys are nice in a rissole and girls make a
delicious stew, but the treat I like best is a baby
- believe me, it's perfectly true!
Their bones are like crispy fried bean shoots,their
eyes are like seeds in red jam,
their limbs are the wings on a sparrow, their
belly-pork goes well with yam.
Yes, young boys are nice in a rissole and girls
make a delicious stew.
But line little babies up for me, please- in a neat
and orderly queue!
I'm not very fond of Great Uncles and stepbrothers
leave me quite cold.
(mummy and baby)
Domestic pets can help indigestion but too many
cause excess gas-
If you don't mind a little suggestion avoid those
with rashes or mould!
Terrapins make a nice starter and goldfish go quite
well with cheese;(little boy)
but the main course, of course, is a baby with
tasty and well-seasoned knees!
I don't mind the sex of the baby- there's little to
tell them apart:
With both one end dribbles and splutters, whilst
the other just piddles and farts.
O bring me a baby for breakfast, with fingers to
dip in the yolk.
Or else bring `em fried or sunny side up -but
scrambled is a bit of a joke.
Unless their prepared with caution and care they
can go all gooey and run
and nothing is worse than skull, nails or hair, in
one's teeth- it detracts from
A young lad is nice in a rissole and girls they
make delicious stew.
My favourite dish is a Sylvia Sandwich, followed by
Custard and Sue.A Peter is fine prepared in white
wine, with fish and asparagus tips-but what can
compare to a choice leg of Claire or Dorothy's
fresh fingertips? Now some say it's vicious and
hostile to eat little babies at all but once you
have tasted their tender young flesh, other meats
wont doswinging on the moon at all.
I try to behave circumspectly, I never eat orphans
I never touch mites, or lone kids on bikes, or
fairies and angels with wings,
But young boys go well in a rissole and girls make
a delicious stew;and best of all are the babies
that crawl, straight up and burble at you.
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