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Song Parodies -> "Nuggets, Quorn Nuggets"

Original Song Title:

"Willow, Tit Willow"

Original Performer:

Gilbert & Sullivan

Parody Song Title:

"Nuggets, Quorn Nuggets"

Parody Written by:

Phil Alexander

The Lyrics

A wee vegetarian sat eating her meal
It was nuggets, quorn nuggets, quorn nuggets
And I said to her, honey, say how would you feel
'f they weren't nuggets, quorn nuggets, quorn nuggets

Well, would you be surprised, yes would you give a fig
'Cause they're just the right size, they're exactly that big
As if they'd been made out of the testes of pigs
Not nuggets, quorn nuggets, quorn nuggets


She looked up at me and said "what do you mean
About nuggets, quorn nuggets, quorn nuggets?
Test-tickles of piggies - that would be obscene
Not nuggets, quorn nuggets, quorn nuggets

Then she screwed up her nose, and her face it went puce
With her hands to her mouth, she ran off to the loos
And I looked on her plate and saw hairs sticking oot
Of nuggets, quorn nuggets, quorn nuggets


I sat down in her chair, and I picked up her fork
Yummy! Nuggets, quorn nuggets, quorn nuggets
Well, "waste not, want not" is just what I thought
For nuggets, quorn nuggets, quorn nuggets

I thought her behaviour a little bit wierd
For those hairs on her plate were not piggy ones, sheared
They were ones that I'd cunningly pulled from my beard
Stuck on nuggets, quorn nuggets, quorn nuggets

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Old Man Ribber - April 05, 2011 - Report this comment
Phil - Thanks for The Mikado. "I Have A Little List" (of top parodists)and you're on it! ;D
Wild Child JIN - April 05, 2011 - Report this comment
Phil: Three, Number, Quorn Number, 5's for this one, Phil! Nice Work! :-D ;-), OMR: Am I on your "Little List of Top Parodists." Too? ;-)
Phil Alexander - April 05, 2011 - Report this comment
:-) Thanks..

..OMR {blush} - but I guess that's appropriate given that I have at latest count more than half the "Little list" parodies on Amiright ;-)
WarrenB - April 05, 2011 - Report this comment
Very clever with nice twist.
AFW - April 05, 2011 - Report this comment
Considered quite a delicacy in the U.S. midwest, where I hail from...known as "Mountain Oysters" there...But they never aroused my appetite
Claude Prez - April 06, 2011 - Report this comment
I almost didn't click on this since I DKTOS; Glad I did, since TDMAA (that didn't matter at all). Also, I'd never heard of Quorn; I thought it was another poorly spelled band name or something. Anyway, very funny stuff; I love a parody with a great punch line.
Phil Alexander - April 06, 2011 - Report this comment
Thanks all.. inspiration for this came from taking some quorn (come to think of it, Claude, I guess you're right with the capital "Q", as it is a brand name) pseudo-chicken nuggets out of the freezer, and it kind of scanned as I'd been practising my "Piggy, Miss Piggy" parody to this song (which will be played tonight, as it happens)

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