There Was An Old Lady

There was an old lady who lived in a shoe,
She licked a beetle and ate some poo,
This wasn’t wise, she immediately knew,
As she girded her loins and started to chew.
She knew this wasn’t what she wanted to do,
As she got to the point over half way through,
Chewing and chewing until she went blue,
What to do next, she hadn’t a clue.
With a flash of brilliance helped along by a brew,
She faked a bad case of intestinal flu,
Up came her dinner in a fountain of spew,
Never again did she eat some poo…

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