Once there was an elephant, Who tried to use the telephant— No! No! I mean an elephone Who tried to use the telephone— (Dear me! I am not certain quite That even now I’ve got it right.) Howe’er it was, he got his trunk Entangled in the telephunk; The more he tried to get it free, The louder buzzed the telephee— (I fear I’d better drop the song Of elephop and telephong!)
Sandy was a chocoholic, The worst I've ever seen! If she didn't eat some daily, She'd become crazy mean!
It didn't matter what kind it was, Ice cream, cake, pie or candy, As long as it was chocolate, Sandy was fine and dandy!
Then one day the unthinkable happened, To the chocolate loving miss, While eating her favorite candy, She choked on a chocolate kiss!
"Death by chocolate," the coroner concluded, As to the cause of Sandy's death. At least she died doing what she loved, Eating chocolate til her last breath.
I'm Sneaky Bill, I'm terrible and mean and vicious, I steal all the cashews from the mixed-nut dishes. I eat all the icing but I won't touch the cake, And what you won't give me, I'll go ahead and take. I gobble up the cherries from everyone's drinks, And whenever there are sausages I grab a dozen links; I take both drumsticks if there's turkey or chicken, And the biggest strawberries are what I'm pickin'; I make sure I get the finest chop on the plate, And I'll eat the portions of anyone's who's late. I'm always on the spot before the dinner bell-- I guess I'm pretty awful but I do eat well!