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Fatty – Poem

July 6, 2010

FATTY.
I’m as fat as a pudding, all rolly and plump,
You should see my old belly as I try to jump.
Nearly two hundred pounds I weigh,
I’d love to know what my neighbours say.

As I go waddling down the street,
I smile and nod to the people that I meet.
Some return my smile and raise their hat,
Then say to themselves, my ain’t he fat.

But I don’t care, I’m as happy as can be,
Indoors Baked beans and sausages for my tea.
When I’ve eaten them, I know my old belly,
Will shake with laughter, quivering like jelly.

So if you too, think that I’m plump,
Then do have a laugh as I try to jump.

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