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Donny the Retard
Had a 8 pound water head
He was 5 foot 3
And he said to me
"i like tater tots".

"i like tater tots"

May be changed to

"my name's Donny"

Its actually "I like Biscuits"



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    UnregisteredMar 10, 2012 at 9:36 pm
    I think the donny the retard lyrics are hurtful, the word retard should be banished from the dictionary! I also think this shows that the writer of this song and the "comedian" who sings this song don't know crap about people living/suffering from hydrocephalus. Maybe the reason the writer of the song and larry the cable guy call us retards and water heads is because neither one can say or spell hydrocephalus! I was born with hydrocephalus, I have had a shunt, which drains my head all my life, I'm 39 and lucky to be alive. I have had so many operations that I don't know how many times I have been in the hospital! I also have 3 degrees, 2 of them masters! So, larry the cable guy, who is the retard?!

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