Little Willie rhymes were popular prior to 1900 till the 1940′s. A book tittled Ruthless Rhymes for a Heartless Home by Harry Graham (a nom de plume) was first published in 1898. They are full of Sigler goodness, I rewrote one in honor of the FDO:
Little Siggie, with a thirst for gore,
Nailed his Junkies to the Door.
The dreaded Hutchins said, with humor quaint,
"Siggie, dude, don’t scratch the paint."
(Last line said in the voice of Kilroy 2.0)
Link to original
Check out more Little Willies:
Link to Ruthless Rhymes
Create new ones using the FDO, fellow junkies, the dreaded Hutchins or a podcaster/author to be named later. have fun be inventive, just try to use the same form/style as Mr. Graham. I see greatness happening and much frivolity.
Thomas J. Reed, the NEW Chief of SFPD
Did I just get nailed to a door? That’s…pretty awesome.
Great job! I’ll have to check out some of those later.
"Urban legends go well with parmesan and horror. In fact their name is conveniently one and the same: Stevie."
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