Point to one’s chest, groin, then butt: Milk, milk, lemonaderound the corner fudge is made! This one goes back a while – at least 1958, probably well before – and even showed up once (without the hand motions) on Pee… (READ MORE)
A couple of versions of the classic, going back to at least the 1950s, and I’d venture a guess that they go back further: From Brent B via Kay Shapero:Beans, beans the musical fruitThe more you eat the more you… (READ MORE)
No one knows exactly where “eeny meeny miney mo” comes from – you tend to hear that it was how Druids decided who to sacrifice (the Knapps suggest that it might have been in there book, in the sidebar on… (READ MORE)
It’s one of the most wide-spread of them all, and has been since at least 1960, and probably earlier: Me Chinese, me play joke me put pee pee in your coke! Sometimes it’s sung to the tune of “This Old… (READ MORE)
Sung roughly to the tune of “Old Macdonald Had a Farm” Old Macdonald sitting on a fencepicking his balls with a monkey wrench.The wrench got hot, he burned his ballsand he pissed all over his overalls. See also: When I… (READ MORE)
“Yankee Doodle” practically started out as a playground song – popular with both sides of the American Revolution, early versions had all sorts of references to violence and farting (see The Smart Aleck’s Guide to American History). Soldiers added new… (READ MORE)
“You sort of have to take your hate off to a kid who knows as many verses to ‘Diarrhea Cha Cha Cha’ as Harlan does.” – Chrissie Woodward, I Put a Spell On You. Many folklorists like to justify these… (READ MORE)
Mama mia, papa piababy had some diarrheamama said it wouldn’t hurtso baby had it for desert! Another classic diarrhea-eating song. Dates to at least 1970.