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Can't Get No Scrub
by Divinity 11 11
Wednesday, January 07, 2004

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It is one of life's great big mysteries

When living with heathen little boys,

That they simply can not  take a bath

Without a handsome slew of toys.

 
Rubber duckies, beach balls, dolls,

Fish, pirate ships, and frogs galore.

There are so many great wash distractions,

He can never say his bathtime is a bore.


I shouldn't mind this one small desire,

But every time I'd like a decent scrub,

I have to clean 9 million 4 hundred and 32 toys

From out the bloomin' stinkin' tub.

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Reviewed by Cles Wilson 8/29/2005
oh Jessica...I chuckled all the way through this poem. It is so true the words you pen...I enjoyed this so much.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 11/12/2004
When I was growing up, I was too poor to have toys, fortunately though since i was a boy I always had "something" to play with, LOL! ED & Rufuz (thanks for the much needed laugh, even though you wrote this like 10 months ago...LOL!) Ed again..
Reviewed by Simon Thurlow (Reader) 1/10/2004
Think I missed something in my childhood. I never had loads of toys in there 8-(
Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 1/8/2004
lol
Reviewed by A PAX 1/8/2004
My child does the same thing!!! I don't mind it tho, imagine how empty the tub with feel without the trails of the tiny!!!
This is adorable, I love your heart!
A
lol
aka soul sister
Reviewed by Larry Skahill 1/8/2004
big boys like bath toys too
Reviewed by SilverCeltic Moon 1/8/2004
Moooommmm, it just isn't fun if the focus is on getting clean. Ewwwww!!!

LOL, I was the same way when I was little...course I was a tomboy back then. ;) Silver
Reviewed by Michael Morash (Reader) 1/8/2004
Aint it the truth (not that I'd know from personal experience).

Michael
Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader) 1/7/2004
Great sense of humor!!I should say rich...
Reviewed by Divinity 11 1/7/2004
hahahah, you guys are crazy
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 1/7/2004
Lest it's not playing submarines, me and my son bathed together, and did the samething..lololol
Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart 1/7/2004
Aw, c'mon. Us guys gotta have toys in the tub. How do you think Homer wrote The Odyssey?
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 1/7/2004
Hey, watch it! I still do that. My wife still complains, too. But, wow, I don't have as many neat toys as your son.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 1/7/2004
Hahahah sink and purse yes lol This is fantastic.
Reviewed by Tami Ryan 1/7/2004
Laughing, laughing, I am... reminds me of when my son was little.
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