There's the poem.

Mother holds her little daughter fifty minutes under water,

but she doesn't want to make her any troubles,

she only want to see the funny bubbles!

I found this poem writen on a wall.
That's a weird poem, don't you think?
Yup, if making someone drown is worth laughing, then let's say "ha ha"..
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It must mean them there bubbles caused by air, but not from your mouth... from the other end.

Here's another poem:


On yonder hill,

There sat a bucket,

Its not there now,

Cause someone tuck it.
Hey Anon,

U mean the mom hold her under a glass of water or sth like that? I got it now I suppose.
Dj BuenoHey Anon,

U mean the mom hold her under a glass of water or sth like that? I got it now I suppose.

Emmm, Anon was me. I meant that the mother kept him in the water until... well... there's no polite way of saying this... the child farted.
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OriorEmmm, Anon was me. I meant that the mother kept him in the water until... well... there's no polite way of saying this... the child farted.

Well well, now you should have specified which 'end' was under water!!! Emotion: wink