i know: apple on a stick makes me feel sick makes my heart beat 2,4,6. not because your dirty not because your clean not because you kissed a boy behind a magasine. boys,boys there no fun hear come the girls with the blue jeens on they can wobble they can juggle they can do the splits. but i betcha i betcha they cant do this. now close your eyes and count to ten if you mess up then start again. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 we diddent mess up wont start again. if you mess up: we messed up we’ll start sgain
I went to the chinese chip shop to buy a loaf of bread bread bread the lady at the counter was standing on her head head head i asked her what her name was and this is what she said said said i was sittin i a taxi drinkin pepsi went to the pictures found some stiches had a baby named it daisy daisy died everyone cried sp that was the end of daisy.
Going on a treasure hunt (walk fingers up back) X marks the spot (draw X on back) Big circle (draw big circle on back) Little circle (draw smaller circle inside the first) Dot, dot, dot (tap back with each “dot”) Crack an egg on your head (put your left fist, pinky down, on their head then gently tap your left fist with your right fist and let your left flatten out on their head) Let the yolk run down (let hands slide down their head to their shoulders) Stick a knife in your back (thump them fairly hard in the middle of the back with your right fist, pinky down) Let the blood run down (slide hands down back with fingers open) Spiders crawling in your hair (crawl fingers quickly up back to the hair at the top of their neck) Snakes are sliding down your back (slither fingers down back) Cool breeze (blow on neck) Tight squeeze (pinch neck or squeeze shoulders) [Optional] Can’t catch me! (sharp slap on the back of the neck and run away)
Hand up to 85 (clap, clap) Gonna Get (clap, clap) names of (clap, clap) [state what you would like to name-boys, girls colors, flowers, cars, etc] (clap, clap) # a piece [how many does each person have to name] (clap, clap) And no repeats (clap, clap) No hesitation (clap, clap) And no relation (clap, clap) Starting with (clap, clap) [name person who starts] (clap, clap) One (clap, clap) [person names first item] (clap, clap) Two (clap, clap) [person names second item] (clap, clap) **when person names number required, the next person starts from One (clap, clap)
Miss sue (clap, clap,clap) miss sue (clap,clap,clap) miss sue from Alabama her name is Suzieanna sittin in a rocking chair eating baby crackers watchin the clock go tick tock, tick tock sha walla walla tick tock, tick tock sha walla walla a,b,c,d e,f,g wash those boys germs off of me i bet ya, i bet ya, i bet ya cant freeze the first one to move is a black eyed pea between, between, between you and me the second one to move is a beauty queen (freeze)
I am from Flushing Queens, where we would usually buy Pensie Pinkies and Spaldeens from Joe’s, which was the nearest candy store. Sometimes when I had no money, I ‘d swipe a Pensie from my sister, who, along with her friends, used them mostly in an activity that involved keeping the ball in bounce while reciting different rhymes that were punctuated by passing their legs over the ball before it would bounce back up. I lived on a hill where many of these balls ended up in the sewer at the end of the block. You could retrieve them using a garden rake, but if they remained in the water too long, they almost certainly went dead. We used to play stick ball, box ball, Chinese handball, catch a fly and you’re up, and many, many more games using them. As I recall, the favored brand for stickball at least, was Spalding, but I never observed too much difference between the two.