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Try not to put your hand in your own pooh.

Try not to put your hand in your own pooh, It means an intensive clean if you do. Click To Tweet
Try not to put your hand in your own pooh,
It means an intensive clean if you do.
I mean have you seen this smelly brown stuff?
Even the pong for animals is enough.

A dog doesn’t put his paw in his pooh,
He’d then scratch his fur and smell of the loo.
Who would come near you if you did the same?
You couldn’t play and that would be a shame.

The lion would never use his claw,
If he put that in his mouth, he wouldn’t roar.
Why that smelly brown stuff would make him sick.
The king of the jungle isn’t thick.

Even the timid mouse won’t touch his pooh,
If he does, when he eats, what will he do?
Eek, how would he put his paw in his food?
He’d go hungry and be in a bad mood.

The bunny rabbit won’t hop into it,
He knows he would then sit and smell of it.
Wherever he sits it would smell the same,
Moving pooh around is not a good aim.

Mama Grace

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  1. Ahaha, brilliant poem. Why are kids so enamoured with their poos? This is one that all parents need to learn everywhere #FridayFrolics

    • Thanks! I just hope she doesn’t learn by successfully (her success not mine) putting it in her mouth, which seems to be possible.

  2. I hate it when that happens. And sometimes it’s the foot too! A poem all about poo, Love it! Thanks for linking up to #FridayFrolics

    • Thanks for hosting! Yeah, the foot seems to start more of a messy play session; the circumference is wider.

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