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Andrew Dice Clay - The Evolution Of Dirty Nursery Rhymes

5 years ago18.5K views

In 1984, a small crowd of less than 100 people didn't know what to make of a chain-smoking, 50s greaser-throwback turning beloved Mother Goose nursery rhymes into offensively dirty poems about sex.

Within a few years Andrew Dice Clay's popularity increased and his audiences, getting as large as 20,000 people, laughingly knew every word of his "poems" in some of the biggest crowd-participations ever afforded a stand-up comedian.

Say what you will of Andrew Dice Clay, but people loved the nursery rhymes and Dice reciprocated and truly appreciated his audience.

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