David Hines (hradzka) wrote,
David Hines
hradzka

APED: "rule of three"

Three little pigs built three little homes,
not by the hair on my chinny-chin-chin.
They built in straw and sticks and stone,
not by the hair on my chinny-chin-chin.

Three gruff goats went out to the grass
Who's trip-trapping over my bridge?
Troll tried some shit. They kicked his ass.
Who's trip-trapping over my bridge?

Three miller's sons found the will causing strife:
one got the mill, one the ass, one the cat.
Got the cat boots; cat got him a wife,
one got the mill, one the ass, one the cat.

Three bears lived in a home in the woods,
porridge too hot, too cold, just right.
Their security system wasn't no good,
porridge too hot, too cold, just right.

If you're stuck in a fairy tale, listen to me.
happily ever after now:
things work out if you're number three,
happily ever after now.
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