The True Side Of Nursery Rhymes

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    Already knew the first one. One of the most known ones though. Anyways good post +3

    Thanks very much good sir.
    - mrcbccadetx0 May 28, 2011, 2:03 pm
    Hey no problem. You earned the +3.
    - DarkicoN13 May 28, 2011, 2:12 pm
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    Oh... My... God...

    Your welcome...
    - mrcbccadetx0 May 28, 2011, 9:18 am
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    do twinkle twinkle lil star nd incy bitsy spider

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    i actually heard that ring around the rose referred to the holocaust. maybe wrong but thats what I've heard

    It's supposedly about the Plague, the ring-a-ring-a-rosie/roses is supposed to be a ring shaped rash that was a syptom of the plague, people carried posies around in their pockets as they thought fragrant flowers and spices protected them from the 'bad air' that they thought caused the plague, and then the falling down bit is fairly obvious. Most scholars think that it's not actually about anything though and those meanings were just added later. And I've just realised how much like a boring history teacher I sound. Lol boobies.
    - MikeyNinja May 29, 2011, 5:25 am
    You sir, are correct. The ashes part of the story refers to when massive quantiles of dead citizens who had died infected with the Plague were burned in hopes of destroying the plague.
    - lilbabysnipes June 2, 2011, 5:34 am
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    I always thought it said "Catch the piper by the toe" i was always like "who the fuck would want to do that" now that i know it's "Catch the tiger by the toe" i think it's even more fucked up. Never liked nursery rhymes in the first place though lol

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    Bravo bravo.

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