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Sun, 21 Oct 2012
Poor Brian MacGrew he fell down the crack in the pavement


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CRACKS IN THE PAVEMENT

Those cracks in the pavement,
as everyone knows,
must not be stepped on.
Not even a toe should venture to try it.
Don't laugh, it's quite true.
Let me tell you the story of Brian McGrew
who jumped on a crack with an 'I don't care' grin.
At once, the crack opened.
The boy was dragged in by a large scaly hand.
He had time for onr shriek, then vanished entirely.
Gone for a week he was found in Australia,
as mad as a hatter.
So don't say that avoiding the cracks doesn't matter.
Just hop, skip and jump, thats all you need to do,
while remembering the story of Brian MacGrew.

by Marian Swinger.

Posted 11:15

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