Do nursery rhymes have secret interior meanings?

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Most Helpful Guys

  • I thought why they are telling to us if London bridge is falling down.

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  • Yes. Children's stuff usually has some fucked up underlying meaning.

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Most Helpful Girls

  • Some of them do.

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  • Everything has a secret meaning.

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What Guys Said 9

  • Yes. Most nursery rhymes are old and has actual meanings relevant to the time, often the hidden meaning is subversive.

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  • Yes like Humpty Dumpty , he sat on the wall they called all the Kings horses and all the Kings men but they didn't call on the King.

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  • All depends ring a ring a roses was about some infectious disease 😁

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  • "Ring a ring a rosey" is about the Famine in Europe

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  • Maybe if you research it. Like jack and Jill, jack had other things up that hill 🤔😋

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  • never thought about that before, lol

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  • London bridge is falling down

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  • yes thats the point

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  • can you give a sample?

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    • Ladybug ladybug fly away home, Your house in on fire and your children are gone, All except one and that's little Ann, For she crept under the frying pan.

What Girls Said 2

  • Tbh nah. I feel like a lot of people read too much into things and make up their on "solution"... Read it for what it was ment, a book for children.

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  • Who cares?

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