What are some Poems/Rhymes for Grog?

Grog is a "drink" that I can send people too at my JROTC dinning out, but only with a poem. I have come up with a few poems/rhymes but I need a lot more. Please post any that you have used at dinning -in/out for sending people to the grog.

Umm...I mean personal rhymes to send people to the grog. For example:

______'s a commanding Cadet

And I feel he may keelhaul me yet But his uniform is a fraud.

For his ribbons are too broad

He should come forward now and repent

7 Answers

  • You could have helped us by telling us what kind of JROTC this was. From your mention of "keelhaul" I am thinking that you are Navy, and have answered appropriately. The position of Mr./Madam Vice is the best job in the WORLD at a dining in/out.

    _____________

    You smell like a swine, and look like a dog,

    You offend my fine senses - GET TO THE GROG!!

    ____________________

    Your rank has a list, your aim was awry,

    Get to the grog, as you look very dry!

    ____________________

    With hair out of reg, and a hint of a beard,

    Get thee to the grog, and don't be so skeered...

    ____________________

    With so many offenses, I haven't the time

    Your uniforms more of a mess than my little, ol'... poem.

    (make sure you pause there, and make sure people KNOW you are about to say, RHYME!)

    Try Googling for sea shanties and sea ditties. There are lots of dirty ones out there - so be careful!

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    What are some Poems/Rhymes for Grog?

    Grog is a "drink" that I can send people too at my JROTC dinning out, but only with a poem. I have come up with a few poems/rhymes but I need a lot more. Please post any that you have used at dinning -in/out for sending people to the grog.

  • Grog is a mixture of rum and water that was given as a daily ration in the British Navy. The water was added to reduce the shelf life of the grog to stop the sailors from saving it up. Allegedly "Old Grog" was the nickname of the officer who advocated this daily ration. Amongst my mates grog was any booze, usually the ruffer stuff. Uncle Billy was telling you to get drunk.

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    Chorus

    Well it's all for me grog, me jolly jolly grog

    It's all for me beer and tobacco

    For I spent all me tin with the lassies drinking gin

    Far across the western ocean I must wander

    Where are me boots, me noggin', noggin' boots?

    They're all gone for beer and tobacco

    For the heels they are worn out and the toes are kicked about

    And the soles are looking out for better weather

    Chorus

    Where is me shirt, my noggin', noggin' shirt?

    It's all gone for beer and tobacco

    For the collar is all worn, and the sleeves they are all torn

    And the tail is looking out for better weather

    Chorus

    I'm sick in the head and I haven't been to bed

    Since first I came ashore with me slumber

    For I spent all me dough on the lassies movin' slow

    Far across the Western Ocean I must wander

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    Additional verses:

    Where is me bed, me noggin' noggin bed

    It's all gone for beer and tobacco

    Well I lent it to a whore and now the sheets are all tore

    And the springs are looking out for better whether.

    Where is me wench, me noggin' noggin' whence

    She's all gone for beer and tobacco

    Well her (clap) is all worn out and her (clap) is knocked about

    And her (clap) is looking out for better whether.

    Alternate chorus:

    Well it's all for me grog, me jolly jolly grog

    It's all for me beer and tobacco

    I spent all me loot in a house of ill repute

    And I think I'll have to go back there tomorrow

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