Domestic Servants

This entry is part 102 of 208 in the series Grimm's Fairy Tales

Whither do you go. To walpe. I to walpe, you to walpe, so, so, together we’ll go. Have you a man. What is his name. Cham. My man cham, your man cham. I to walpe, you to walpe, so, so, together we’ll go. Have you a child, how is he styled. Wild. My child wild, your child wild, my man cham, your man cham.

I to walpe, you to walpe, so, so, together we’ll go. Have you a cradle. How do you call your cradle. Hippodadle. My cradle hippodadle, your cradle hippodadle, my child wild, your child wild, my man cham, your man cham. I to walpe, you to walpe, so, so, together we’ll go. Have you also a drudge. What name has your drudge. From-work-do-not-budge.

My drudge from-work-do-not-budge, your drudge from-work-do-not-budge, my cradle hippodadle, your cradle hippodadle, my child wild, your child wild, my man cham, your man cham. I to walpe, you to walpe, so, so, together we’ll go.

Domestic Servants

Grimm Brothers

Grimms' Fairy Tales, originally known as the Children's and Household Tales, is a collection of fairy tales by the Grimm brothers or "Brothers Grimm", Jakob and Wilhelm, first published on 20 December 1812. The first edition contained 86 stories, and by the seventh edition in 1857, had 211 unique fairy tales.

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