Sometimes the completely-erudite Bengals dive right into Chaucer or Voltaire. Other times they prefer simpler classics. Hiyu uses Dr. Seuss’s “Green Eggs and Ham” as a jumping off point for his daily recital.
Pet me! Pet me! I am here.
Pet me! Pet me! Over there!
Pet me, pet me, anywhere.
Pet me, pet me in the house.
Pet me, pet me with a mouse. – Really, can I have one? Please?
Pet me or even Loki in this box.
Would you pet me with a fox? I’m sure I can run circles around one.
Pet me, please. In the rain, on a train, with a goat, or in a boat. Exactly what are those things?
Pet me in a car.
Truth is, I hate cars.
Pet me near and far.
Pet me in a park.
Pet me in the dark. That’s what the middle of the night is for, isn’t it?
Pet me here. Pet me there.
Pet me, pet me, ANYWHERE!
I don’t care how, just pet me NOW!