George is a poem by Michael Rosen the poem explains how George explains to the classroom that sometimes his dad doesn't shave his beard so his face is all prickly.


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George said "Sometimes, my dad doesn't shave and his face his all prickly." The new teacher said, "What does mother say about that?" And George didn't say anything. Clair said "His mum don't live with his dad." And the teacher said, "Don't say don't, say doesn't." And Clair said "I live with my auntie."

Trivia Edit

Used in YTPsEdit

  • The part where Michael says "Prickly" is shorten down to "prick" to use as an insult.
  • The part when Michael says "and George said" is usually used to be before a effect.
  • George is often used as the idiot.

Video Edit

George - Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

George - Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

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