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Topic of the Day: Big Ben

30 May 1859: Westminster's Big Ben rang for the first time in London

There was a young lady named Jen
Who saw, on a visit, Big Ben;
She climbed to the bell
Which ached every cell
And she swore she'd not do it again.

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Edward Lear

There was a Young Lady of Poole,
Whose soup was excessively cool;
So she put it to boil
By the aid of some oil,
That ingenious Young Lady of Poole.

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There once was a tenant from Dent
Who's nose was all battered and bent;
His Landlord was mad
And he felt rather glad
He'd attacked him for missing his rent.

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There once was a turkey named Chummy,
Mom thought that he might be quite yummy.
He waddled away
On Thanksgiving Day -
But still ended up in my tummy!

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