Cucumber" I've always wondered where that came from and just thought my grandma was being silly. Parody of theatre programme with news reels, song and motion picture featuring celebrities and folks inside the cinema room.
Azizi Powell November 22, 2017 at 11: Puddin Tane, posted by Guest Schuyer, October 11, 2010 I remember this from a song my sibling, friends, and I sang when we was in a kid. I remember it as a childhood rhyme and recently said it back to my child who will now not stop repeating it!
Thanks for sharing that information and examples, Andee in AZ. John Miller, 1833: Greetings, Anonymous. All her friends and relatives fondly called her "Puddin" for the rest of her life which came to its end in 2011 at 101 years old in Southern California.Primus - Puddin' Taine (with lyrics)
Ask me again And I'll tell you the same. This is on the left side of the toolbar. Thame is a place-name -- in particular a town in Oxfordshire, I believe.
Then thought oh I'm bot really sure what it means or where it came from. Subscribe to: Ken Neal December 8, 2017 at 7: My cat's name is Pudding http: October 4, 2001 "Of course in researching the history of "poontang" I came upon remarks to the effect that this word seems to be reflected in a children's rhyme still current, I think along the lines of What's your name?
Our books feature songs in the original languages, with translations into English. I used to think she made it up, ands had no clue what the heck she was talking about.
You might have more faith in it after you read the continuing discussion on the linguistlist. Anonymous, thanks for sharing your memories of "Puddin Tane". Teaching this to my three year old grandson.