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Spirtiual Wolves Is it bad enough that I watched this at 2 in the morning, I was so scared I had to bring my cat xD Kara Aspen For ring around the rosies: Ring around the rosies= there was a ring around the rosies on your skin. Pockets full of posies= The disease made you smell awful, so people carried posies (flowers) in their pockets Ashes, Ashes= so many people died they had to burn the bodies because the graveyards were full. We all fall down= pretty self explanatory… Helena Webster the nursery rhyme never actually said that humpty dumpty was an egg, and the version i heard was not ashes, ashes, its a tissue, a tissue. Many ‘cures’ for the plague appeared when the disease struck, including carrying flowers such as posies and even surrounding yourself by them. (hence, a ring of roses.) Also the plague made you smell bad (so people filled their pockets with posies to mask it,) and rings of roses could also signify the rosies you get on your skin in rings when you have the plague. Sneezing was also a sign of the plague, and that’s why the rhyme goes a tissue, a tissue, we all fall down, as people would offer you tissues when sneezing, but you die after sneezing as it is a symptom. It’s also why people say ‘bless you’ when you sneeze, because it was a sign you were going to die of the plague so you needed blessing for the future. TheDiamondPenguin with the ring around the rosy one, my country says a tissue, not ashes Nichole Sinclair My family’s always called me Mary Mary… NOOOO Btw, the blackbirds in a pie were about ceramic birds put in pies to let the steam out. Not creepy at all!!! xMoonWolfx I thought the Ashes, Ashes we all fall down, was about Pompeii :/ InSaNiTy_Girl00 i wonder if theres anything wrong with pop goes the weasle XD MOON MOON Mrs. Mary Mack Mack Mack All dressed in black black black She had a knife knife knife Stuck in her back back back She could not breathe breathe breathe She could not cry cry cry So then she begged begged begged She begged to die die die… ChickenOfAwesome Maybe its a British thing, but instead of ‘ashes, ashes’ I always sang/heard ‘A-tishoo, a-tishoo’ (like sneezing) and was told that it was because one of the first symptoms of plague was often smelling a non-existent sweet scent so strong it could cause fits of sneezing. Also that the ‘pocket full of posies’ was because people thought illness was spread by foul smelling air, and so would carry posies of flowers with them to smell in an attempt to keep out the bad smells. BlazingKitten23 For the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme… THEY NEVER SAID HE WAS AN EGG O_O For the Ring around the Rosie one… i already knew it was about the Black Plauge when i was little (like around 4th grade or something like that) xD i had a messed up life .-. Kalinda Xiao i read this one on a book, its a nursery rhyme: Ten little Indian boys went out to dine; One choked his little self and then there were nine. Nine little Indian boys sat up very late; One overslept himself and then there were eight. Eight little Indian boys traveling in Devon; One said he’d stay there and then there were seven. Seven little Indian boys chopping up sticks; One chopped himself in halves and then there were six. Six little Indian boys playing with a hive; A bumblebee stung one and then there were five. Five little Indian boys going in for law, One got in Chancery and then there were four. Four little Indian boys going out to sea; A red herring swallowed one and then there were three. Three little Indian boys walking in the Zoo; A big bear hugged one and then there were two. Two little Indian boys sitting in the sun; On got frizzled up and then there was one. One little Indian boy left all alone; He went and hanged himself and then there were none. BinkieMcFartnuggets This is why I only sing Notorious BIG songs to my kids. Byraine Jadeshadow Those of you who are saying how terrified they are, I don’t see why. I’ve just finished watching the video and went down to see the comments section. “I’m so scared!” “Help me!” “I can’t sleep because of this!” *rolls eyes* Grow up! It’s just an explanation of how nursery rhymes are like baby’s first history class! You want to not be able to sleep at night? Go watch a horror film. And, NO! Not one from the States. They suck. Watch something a little more violent and a lot more gorefest with no happy ending and lots of jumpscares. And now I know why I’m immune to horror. Sheep Pusheen I was always sung this: I had a little nut tree Nothing would it bear But a silver nutmeg And a golden pear The king of Spain’s daughter Came to visit me And all for the sake Of my little nut tree Her dress was made of crimson Jet black was her hair She asked me for my nut tree And my golden pear I said “So fair a princess never did I see. I’ll give you all the fruit from my little nut tree.” Does anybody know of there’s something scary or weird about that? TurningJapanese72 Please don’t believe this. This is a load of baloney. Sunlight Sparkle Feather I thought Humpty was a 5-year-old who was thrown into a ditch with spikes O.o Chloe Girdler Ring around the rosie was never ashes, it was atchooo atchoo (sneezing) we all fall down. Because one of the first signs of the plague was blocked noses and constant sneezing and the same with the phrase “bless you” it also came from the plague because as it was the first physical sign of the plague, if you sneezed you would be blessed by people on the street that caught you sneezing before you died… Oops… Justin Honhera they never said humpty was an egg Morticia Marina Time to Google some of this stuff…. *Oh “ring around the Rosie”, how antagonizing and dark you are* — yet a little rightfully so…. +brun a barbarian Fuzzy Dot It’s raining its pouring the old man is snoring he went to bed and broke his head and is now in a graveyard. He left his soul to haunt all who, bump their head and survive now he is kills with his soul, watch out for the old man. kirbyworby11 boss ring around the rosie, u had rings with a rosy color around the edge, pockets full of posie where bads of flowers to hold up to ur nose to keep the smell from getting in. weird thing… my band teacher told me this O,O BlackParade727 The Ring Around the Rosie one is so old. I’m so tired of people saying it when it isn’t even true. The first recording of that song was in 1881 so people would have had to be singing it for five centuries for that to be true. And yet a song that popular was never written down before that? There are also numerous versions that don’t even make sense for the theory. Even for the ever popular “the ending of ‘ashes ashes we all fall down’ is people dying!” argument, some versions have other words like “A-tischa! A-tischa!” or “Husher! Husher! Cuckoo!”. There are a bunch more reasons that I’m too lazy to write out but you can google, hell even wiki says it entered into pop culture but it’s legitimacy is really questionable. It has no meaning. It’s a silly song to be sung while spinning in a ring, then at the end you let go and all fall down- simple as that. I’m kinda disappointed that it was included, because it makes me question the credibility of the rest fadiekay Mary, Mary Quite Contrary is not about Mary I of England, but her cousin Mary queen of Scotts. Mary queen of Scotts was raised at the French court and that is why she is contrary. The lines are references overly ornate gowns, her strange food prefrences, and over abundance of ladies in waiting.