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Dec 8 2019, 1:57pm

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At Christmas at the Prancing Pony....

At Christmas at the Prancing Pony, they commemmorate Frodo's eventful visit with this song
(it goes to the tune of "The Little Drummer Boy" ):

Well Mister Frodo's prank made Butterbur glum,
And all those broken plates cost Butterbur some
Revealing the One Ring was pretty darn dumb
You might have thought that too much Butterbur's rum
Was in Baggins's tum
That son of a gun
So as to make him loudly fall on his bum
When he should've kept schtum

Not all our saviours are as small as Tom Thumb
That mystery man we thought was just Ranger scum
He would our rightful King quite quickly become
Who knew- without his pals we'd quickly succumb
Under ruffians thumbs
Turning Bree into slums?
Don't judge appearences - a good rule of thumb
Whatever may come.

"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.

(This post was edited by noWizardme on Dec 8 2019, 1:58pm)

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Post edited by noWizardme (Half-elven) on Dec 8 2019, 1:58pm

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