Don't Tell Mum

Updated: Aug 23

Naughty Rhymes for Kids - 1

Shhhh. Come closer. Are you hungry? Let me tell you something…


When I'm hungry for tasty treats, I look for creatures nice to eat,

They're in your house, it's not a lie,

They're there, you've probably just walked on bye,

So listen to this secret game, I'll tell you where to find and claim…

Some tasty treats to fill your tum, but most of all, 'Don't tell mum.'



Bed Slug


It's not really a bug, or even a slug,

In bed sheets you’ll find, this thing slimy and blind,

It burps and it blurts, as it steals your desserts.


So how can food, come from something so rude?

Well it's easy peasy, just don't get queasy!


Just squeeze its knees and out will come cheese.

Deliciously Squishy, so fill up your dishy.

Then yum yum in your tum, but most importantly, ‘Don't tell your mum!’



Carpet monster


Found on the ground, it makes a grumbling sound,

It's a really good hider and often fights with the spiders,

And has a really strange thumb, that it puts in its ummm…gum!


So how can food, come from something so rude?

Well it's easy peasy, just don't get queasy.


Just lick its head and out will come Bread,

Delicious you'll utter, so eat it with butter.

Then yum yum in your tum, but most importantly, ‘Don't tell mum!’



Sofa Duck


The Sofa Duck licks the blood sucking ticks,

It’s found in the cracks, don’t put your hand down the back.

Because it’s slightly Quakers and an old finger Wacker.


So how can food, come from something so rude?

Well it's easy peasy, just don't get queasy.


Stroke it's beak for Bubble and Squeak.

Deliciously filling, there's loads if you're willing.

Then yum yum in your tum, but most importantly, ‘Don't tell mum!’



Radiatapillor


Squishy and wriggly and it’s actually quite giggly.

Radiators, heaters or anywhere warm, this little one won’t be found in a storm,

It oozes out goo, when it goes to the loo.


So how can food, come from something so rude?

Well it's easy peasy, just don't get queasy.


Blow a raspberry on its tum, in return for some Gum.

Deliciously chewy and a little bit gooey.

Then yum yum in your tum, but most importantly, ‘Don't tell mum!’



Ceiling Flealing


The Flealing is dealing with the flies on your ceiling,

It’s really quite helpful and always has a mouthful,

But then spits it out, with a blugh and a shout.


So how can food, come from something so rude?

Well it's easy peasy, just don't get queasy.


Stare at it until it blinks, then from its legs will pour a Drink.

Delicious and cool, tell your friends during school.

Then yum yum in your tum, but most importantly, ‘Don't tell mum!’



Bathroom Dancing Croc


It’s a Jiver and a Mover and a Snappsy little Groover,

It’s a croc oh so small, you’ll confuse it with a ball,

But it dances alone and your toilet is its home.

So how can food, come from something so rude?

Well it's easy peasy, just don't get queasy


Give a frock to the Croc, in return for Choc Blocks,

Delicious scrummy to fill up your tummy,

Then yum yum in your tum, but most importantly, ‘Don't tell mum!’



OK now I've told you about these tasty treats, they’re oh so delicious, so much nicer than beets.

So when you’re at the table and dinner looks glum, think of those treats that have filled up your tum,

And even when full, from your head to your, cough cough, thumb,

Whatever you do please, please, 'Don't tell your mum.'



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