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Things Children Say

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Stephanie Report 14 Jun 2008 17:31

Julius Caesar extinguished himself on the battlefield.

The Three Wise Men brought gifts of gold, Frankenstein and myrrh.

Henry VIII had an abbess on his knee which made walking difficult.

The sailors hung Albert Ross around the neck of the ancient mariner.

Solomon had 300 wives and 700 porcupines.

A herbaceous border is a lodger who is fond of greens.

Wordsworth went to the Lake District as a young man and soon became intimate with the local beauties.

The moon is far more useful than the sun, as it gives us light at night when we really need it. The sun gives us light during the day when we don't need it.

They gave the Duke of Wellington a lovely funeral. It took six men to carry the beer.

The Matterhorn was the horn blown by the Ancient Brittons when there was something wrong.

King Alfred fought hard all his life to keep back the Dames.

The Black Prince's father was Old King Cole.

The climate of the Sahara Desert is so harsh that the inhabitants here live elsewhere.

When schoolchildren were asked to correct the sentence, "The toast was drank in silence", this was the response from one child - "The toast was eat in silence."

A child listing the Ten Commandments wrote: "Thou shalt not admit adultery."



MayBlossomEmpressofSpring Report 14 Jun 2008 17:51

Smashing Stephanie had to laugh, nephew e=mailed me something similar about kids answers to a test quiz on the Old and New Testaments.

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Desperate Housewife ♥ Report 14 Jun 2008 19:27