Jokes about boys

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There was an old man of Thermopylae,
who never did anything properly;
but they said, 'if you choose,
to boil eggs in your shoes,
you shall never remain in Thermopylae.'
There was a young parson named Perkins
exceedingly fond of small gherkins.
One summer at tea
he ate fourty three,
which pickled his internal workin's.
Our kitten, the one we call Louie,
will never eat liver so chewy.
Nor the milk, nor the fish
that we put in his dish.
He only will dine on chop suey.
There was a young boy of Quebec
who fel into the ice to his neck.
When asked, 'are you friz ?'
He replied, 'yes, I is,
but we don't call this cold in Quebec.'
A whale liked to eat portions double.
Nothing he ate gave him trouble.
But he just couldn't cope
with tow bars of soap
and he now blows a whale of a bubble.
There was an old man in a barge
whose nose was exceedingly large;
But in fishing by night,
it supported a light,
which helped that old man in a barge.
There was an old baker of Rye
who was baked by mistake in a pie.
To the household's disgust
he emerged through the crust
and exclaimed, with a yawn, 'where am I?'
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