Derisive Rhymes

Rhymes that children use to mock someone. ;
  1. Art, art let a fart and blew it all apart.
  2. Baby, baby, suck your thumb, wash your face with bubble gum.
  3. Cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater. (What kids yield to someone who is cheating, taken from a nursery rhyme "Peter, peter, pumpkin eater")
  4. Fatty, Fatty two by four, can't get through the bathroom floor.
  5. Liar, liar, pants on fire
  6. Mary, Mary, is no good; Chop her up for firewood.
  7. Skinny, skinny you're a ninny!
  8. Winner, winner, chicken dinner (To mock someone who had something good happen. Some say that this originated from a raffle, where one of the prices was a chicken dinner.)
  9. You crash, We dash (Airport Fire Rescue saying - Thank you: J.T.)
  10. You light it, We fight it (Airport Fire Rescue saying - Thank you: J.T.)

Total: 10

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