Put your finger in Foxy's hole,|
Foxy's not at home;
Foxy's at the back door,
Picking at a bone.
A trick rhyme for the young. The two first fingers of one hand are crossed over the two first fingers of the other, leaving a small opening between, and the invitation is extended to 'Put your finger in Foxy's hole'. If the child complies, he gets a sharp nip from the thumbnail underneath, for the foxy has come back again.|
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