Jack Sprat’s wife calls kettle black…
hey wait…that’s not how the story goes. Here is the real nursery rhyme as I remember it:
Jack Sprat could eat no fat
His wife could eat no lean
And so betwixt the two of them
They licked the platter clean
But, did you know that the real story behind this nursery rhyme has a drastically different meaning?
Check this out…
Wow! Digging into the real meaning of that rhyme was fun. What wasn’t so fun was finding out the underlying meaning of an otherwise innocent child’s poem. Kind of put’s a different spin on how I feel about Jack Sprat and his wife.
What does the real meaning of the Jack Sprat nursery rhyme and this article on obesity have to do with one another?
Well, it has to do with me! Yes…me calling the kettle black!
Keep reading and you’ll see that I was just like ole’ King Charles and Queen Henrietta. How you ask?
Well…I was covering up the reality with a fairy tale…read on my friends I am baring it all today!
What is & what causes obesity?
- Gallbladder disease and gallstones
- Liver disease
- Pulmonary problems including sleep apnea
- Irregular menstrual periods and infertility
Here to Serve,
Carla J Gardiner
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