Can you write an amusing story using at least 7 of these nursery rhyme lines?

Can you write an amusing story using at least 7 of these nursery rhyme lines? Topic: How to write a pitch page
July 18, 2019 / By Angellina
Question: 1. Hickory Dickery Doc, the mouse ran up the clock 2. Along came a spider and sat down beside her 3. Mary had a little lamb 4. Rain, Rain Go away 5. How does your garden grow? 6. They all ran after the farmer's wife 7. Peter, Peter, Pumpkin eater 8. Jack be nimble. Jack be quick 9. Old King Cole was a merry Ol' soul 10. The little dog laughed to see such a sight .
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Willoughby Willoughby | 6 days ago
Dodge City, Kansas Circa 1875 "Just When Kitty Thought It Couldn't Get Worse......It Did" Miss Kitty Russell stared out her window,forlorn and lonely watching the incessant rain. She saw Miss Lulu Lottimeyer, the wife of a prominent farmer, crossing Main Street and yelled out:" Hey, Lulu. I'll bet YOU like all this rain! By the way.....5. How does your garden grow?" Lulu:"Fine, Miss Kitty. Fine. Three days of light rain is juuuuuust what I needed." Kitty, to herself:" Humph! I know juuuuust what I need, and it ain't rain!!4. Rain, Rain Go away.....Ohhhhhh, Matt. I wonder what you're doing right now.....BAH! I know JUST what he's doing!! " She reached for her handy dandy bottle of Randy Scouse Git Rot Gut and headed downstairs to the Longbranch just in time to hear Festus and Doc, squabbling. Festus: "I didn't say no such thing, you old scutter.1. Hickory Dickery...... Doc!! The mouse ran up the clock !!" Doc turned to face the clock just in time to see a large mouse leap off the edge, onto Kitty's shoulder. Kitty screeched so loudly that three patrons, 7. Peter (Tork), Peter (Noone),(and) Pumpkin eater (Leroy LaBonski) all dropped their drinks! The screech was so high pitched that one of the neigboring dogs wandered into the Longbranch to investigate. 10. The little dog laughed to see such a sight. In his excitement he ran over to Kitty and lifted his leg. Doc nudged the man sitting behind him at one of the card tables:" 8. Jack be nimble. Jack be quick. Please assist Kitty!" He would have helped her himself but he was too busy trying to keep the dog from mounting his leg! Just when Kitty thought it couldn't get worse, 2. Along came a spider and sat down beside her. After several more minutes of deafening screams, Kitty was helped to her feet. Sam The Bartender quickly got a broom and shooed the mouse,spider and dog out the swinging doors. Unfortunately at that very moment, LuLu was on the boardwalk in front of the doors. The mouse,spider and dog took one look at her and 6. They all ran after the farmer's wife. CAST OF CHARACTERS: I'll be right back! Kitty being helped to her feet by Jack.....http://www.tvland.com/photogallery/photo... LuLu Lottimeyer........ http://www.coloring-pages.ws/albums/gard... Doc and Festus watch as Miss Kitty's mishaps unfold....http://www.lemen.com/DocAndFestusSepia36... And where was the U.S. Marshal and his girlfriend Sunshine? You guessed in. In the infamous Cell #3, practicing their German.....http://pics.cibomahto.com/main.php?g2_view=core.DownloadItem&g2_itemId=1290&g2_serialNumber=3
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Willoughby Originally Answered: ☼ CAn you write an amusing story that includes 6 of these lines?
My house was in a total uproar, with both me and my sister Jane trying to get things together as quickly as possible!! We had not done enough planning for our holiday party and the guests were due to arrive any minute!! My good-for-nothing boyfriend John, who had done less than nothing, so far, was seated in his usual spot, glued to the easy chair, watching TV and drinking a beer. “ MOVE!!! GET OUT OF THE WAY!!! THE GAME IS ON!!” This was my reward for trying to straighten up his "little piggy” area by the couch! Instead of letting his crap upset me I ignored him. Christmas music was playing and despite the situation I was feeling the Christmas spirit! I sang along while I made the eggnog…Unfortunately I didn’t have any eggs so I used extra rum and a double ration of nutmeg, tasting it after each addition to make sure it was OK! Jane was finishing the mini-sandwiches and other finger foods and my mom had come over to bring a small decorated Christmas tree, saying “You can’t have a Christmas party without a tree”!!! She bustled past John, giving him the evil eye. “Are you sure you don't want to join us?” She asked him sweetly. He and my mom were used to butting heads! ”Ohhhhh....You sweet little elf-like creature”….He hugged her and pulled the tassel on her Christmas hat, giving a little kiss on the cheek. “NEVER MIND that nonsense!!” She swatted him with her scarf. “Get busy helping these women. It’s mostly YOUR friends that are coming here anyways!” He got up and made believe he was doing something until she left five minutes later! Pretty soon the first guests started to arrive and within an hour the house was full! My sister had been dipping heavily into the eggless nog from the get-go and was feeling quite merry! “That guy reminds me of Stedman Graham” she said looking over at one of John’s friends seated on the couch. John had just been passing by and overheard. “Who the hell is Stedman Graham?” My sister rolled her eyes. “YOU DON”T KNOW who Stedman Graham is!!??” He looked at her blankly. “Sure I know….he invented the Graham Cracker, didn’t he?” Jane screamed “OPRAH!!! He was Oprah’s boyfriend..You know the talk show…OPRAH!!!!!” John laughed, but Jane was now continuing to stare at the guy. Suddenly it was like a light bulb went off in her head. She walked right up to the guy on the couch and announced . “NOW I KNOW (where) I’ve seen you before…ON America’s Most Wanted!!” Everyone in the room burst out laughing…except Stedman…......interesting!!! This was beginning to look like it would be a VERY long night!!!
Willoughby Originally Answered: ☼ CAn you write an amusing story that includes 6 of these lines?
"Why are you standing so far away from me? Did I not take a shower this morning?" I asked him as we stood in the middle of the Christmas party. He replied: "You know I made the eggnog, Unfortunately I didn't have any eggs so I used buttermilk instead. It has a milky taste tonight." I walked away from him. His stupid eggnog should appear on Oprah when she does world's Worst next year. I continued to walk around the party room until I spotted a mirror. I had a curler in my hair. I rushed over to him and whispered: "On my God why didn't you tell me I left a curler in my hair?" He giggled. "I did not notice." "Oh you sweet little elf-like creature. I will get you yet!" I whispered in his ear. The party went on forever. People drinking. Me- I just wanted a nice hot bath...that is all I need.
Willoughby Originally Answered: ☼ CAn you write an amusing story that includes 6 of these lines?
I know, I haven't done one of these in a LONG time! I want to try this one later, please wait! :) Can I have till tomorrow?

Willoughby Originally Answered: Is a nursery rhyme also considered a song?
I think if you can sing it, it's a song. Like Hey Diddle Diddle can be sung. Good luck with your essay.
Willoughby Originally Answered: Is a nursery rhyme also considered a song?
The history of the rhyme was from a disease called The historical period dates back to the Great Plague of London in 1665 (bubonic plague) or even before when the first outbreak of the Plague hit England in the 1300's. The symptoms of the plague included a rosy red rash in the shape of a ring on the skin (Ring around the rosy). Pockets and pouches were filled with sweet smelling herbs ( or posies) which were carried due to the belief that the disease was transmitted by bad smells. The term "Ashes Ashes" refers to the cremation of the dead bodies! The death rate was over 60% and the plague was only halted by the Great Fire of London in 1666 which killed the rats which carried the disease which was transmitting via water sources. The English version of "Ring around the rosy" replaces Ashes with (A-tishoo, A-tishoo) as violent sneezing was another symptom of the disease. We recommend the following site for comprehensive information regarding the Bubonic Plague. http://www.william-shakespeare.info/bubonic-black-plague-elizabethan-era.htm.. It could also be called a( Folk Song)... -Hope this helps!!
Willoughby Originally Answered: Is a nursery rhyme also considered a song?
Ring-a-Ring o' Rosies first appeared as a rhyme in an 1881 Mother Goose book. It was an innocent children's chant about the deadly Plague of London in 1664-65. In the rhyme, Ring o' Rosies referred to the circular rosy colored rash, one of the plagues symptoms. Pocket Full 'o Posies referred to the herbs they carreied in their pockets to ward off symptoms. A-tishoo! A-tishoo! We All Fall Down were telling of the plague's fatal sneeze preceding the physical collapse (or falling down dead). So I'd refer to it as just a rhyme.

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