Mother Goose Cooked

The paranoia of Mother Goose

  • 18 Years to Life: March 2011

There is a fear of being eaten.  Every bar in the nursery rhymes has a wolf trying to eat the girl in red.

Little Miss Muffet is forced to sit endlessly on the tuffet.  She is forced to eat curds and whey and she is lactose intolerance.  Then add to the grief she is deathly afraid of spiders.

London Bridge is falling down because of disregard to repair its foundation.

Baa Baa Black Sheep is prejudice.

Little Jack Horner forced to sit in a corner and eat mincemeat pie.

Ingredients in a mincemeat pie can vary, but normally include varieties of dried fruit, a type of meat and liquor. To properly make a mincemeat pie, the mixture that is made needs to sit for several days before it is actually used. The liquor is usually brandy.  So not only is Jack in a corner but imbibing brandy and getting loaded.

Mary had a Little Lamb and it followed her everywhere.  So the Little Lamb was a stalker.

Fly’s in the buttermilk, shoo, shoo, shoo,
Fly’s in the buttermilk, shoo, shoo, shoo,
Fly’s in the buttermilk, shoo, shoo, shoo,
Skip, to my Lou, my darlin’. I can not figure why she is skipping after drinking that buttermilk plus protein of a fly.

There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.
She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do.

I propose she use birth control.  Also a good thing would be to use fabreeze.

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