Make me an omelette covered in cheese, Green peppers, black olives and cream, if you please.
Respectable Gus Nibble Gnawsom Apparels in manner quite awesome; His trousers of cotton are properly starched With shirt neatly pressed, and epaulettes arched, And tan leather boots whose ebony laces Would help Gnawsom get into elegant places; His coat lined with taffeta, cuff links of bronze Do help him to forge the most friendly of bonds; Apparel that brightens the bearing of Gus, There never was more handsome a gentlemouse. Note: It would be most gnawsome to pronounce it gentle-mus, evidenced by the last couplet.
Rosy Mariam Redhijab Loves to eat corn on the cob, She likes it with butter, she loves it with salt, And washes it down with a butterscotch malt.
Teddy Lou Potter and his little daughter Sailed over the ocean blue, A curious otter pulled them in the water And gave them a cold. Ahchoo!
Don Dalrymple had a dimple In his little chin; You hardly ever saw it ‘cept When Dalrymple would grin.
Good old formidable Samuel Bass Drank like a fish and ate like an ass, The secret of his most formidable mass Was how he kept to himself all of his gas. Gas has no mass unless you’re an ass Like good old formidable Samuel Bass.
I met an old man on Kings Boulevard Who prided himself upon being a bard, He danced like a peacock and preened like a dove And blathered some words about romance and love.
Johnny’s too lazy to brush, Johnny’s too lazy to floss, The dentist affirms that soon he’ll have germs; Poor Johnny’s in terrible loss.