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(Two-Disc Special Edition) (2007) Malcolm McDowell

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Return to Halloweentown

(Ultimate Secret Edition) (2006) Sara Paxton

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SpongeBob SquarePants

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the powerpuff grils were made of suger spice and everything nice what were the rowdyruff boyz made of?

well i have a buch of kids at my house wondering about that because this is what they want to be for halloween but theyd like to no all the detail and we cant find the answer anywher please help!

3 Responses to the powerpuff grils were made of suger spice and everything nice what were the rowdyruff boyz made of?

  • curtisports2 says:

    In the cartoon, the Rowdyruff Boys were made of pretty nasty stuff, as an explanation of how they were made to be the evil counterparts to the good Powerpuffs.

    The old nursery rhyme has two variations, either snakes or snips, along with the snails and puppy dog tails. The cartoon episode in which the Rowdyruufs were created used the ‘snips’ version.

    The evil chimpanzee Mojo Jojo, frustrated at repeated beat-downs (and trips to jail) at the hands of the PpG, gets the idea to make evil versions of the girls, but doesn’t know how. So he calls up Professor Utonium, the creator of the girls, disguises his voice and pretends to be a student doing a report, and gets the recipe.

    Deciding that the recipe is too girlish, he wonders what little boys are made of. You never see how he finds that out, but one can presume that he has also heard the nursery rhyme. He gets his ‘snips’ from the underarms of the stereotypical prison inmate lifting weights. The snails come from Mojo Jojo’s dinner order of escargot in the prison mess. The puppy dog tail is stolen from a recurring character called Talking Dog, who was dressed and acting as an apparent prison guard in this one episode only (easy, cheap cartoon way of explaining unlikely events).

    With the three ingredients, Mojo Jojo needs the final one, the Chemical X that gave the PpG their superpowers. Mojo wonders where to get something with that kind of potency while locked up in a cell, and he turns to the foul-smelling prison toilet. And thus, the Rowdyruff Boys were born.

    That last detail you might want to leave out for the kids’ sake, and just go with the snakes version of the rhyme.

  • MamaB says:

    I don’t know who the rowdyruff boys are, but there is an old nursery rhyme that says little boys are made of "snakes, snails and puppy-dog tails." That’s where sugar and spice and everything nice came from, too.

  • ImGoingto says:

    penis

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