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Kitty and the Fat Man met for Monday tea.


Kitty had a scone And the Fat Man had a pea.


The Fat Man said to Kitty May I taste your scone?


Kitty answered with a meep and sent the Fat Man home


Kitty and the Fat Man Met for Tuesday tea.


Kitty had the earl grey And the Fat Man had a pea.


The Fat Man said to Kitty May I sip your tea?


Kitty answered with a hiss And scratched the Fat Man’s Knee.


Kitty and the Fat Man Met for Wednesday tea.


Kitty had strawberries and cream The Fat Man had a pea.


The Fat Man said to Kitty May I try your berries?


Kitty answered with a growl And scared the Fat Man silly.


Kitty and the Fat Man Met for Thursday tea.


Kitty had some lemon cake And the Fat Man had a pea.


The Fat Man said to Kitty I wish I had some cake


Kitty answered to the Fat Man Then you should learn to bake.


At this the Fat Man coughed and spat


to hear such rudeness from a cat.


The hissing, meeping, scratching beast He could not understand.


No manners in a talking cat requires a stern command.


He harrumphed and hawed And blinked and wheezed.


He wiggled and wobbled And slapped his knees.


A deep breath he took (his belly shook)


He stared at Kitty (who returned the look)


He said to Kitty My word old chum, we can communicate!


Your selfishness and scratchy ways have got me quite irate.


For days and days and days and days We sit here eating scones and peas.


My coffee cat you eat your cream and strawberries with feline ease.


All this time you have not shared your treats with me while I eat peas.


Peas and peas and peas and peas Peas peas peas peas


Kitty looked up at his friend He looked down at the plate of peas.


Then Kitty cleaned an ear and purred Well old Bean, next time say please!


The End



Kitty and the Fat Man