Betty Botter is a tongue-twister written by Carolyn Wells. It was originally titled "The Butter Betty Bought." By the middle of the 20th century, it had become part of the Mother Goose collection of nursery rhymes.
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... A Caribbean paraphrase version is Betty Botter had a bit of butter and said, "I would like to make some batter." Betty Botter tasted her butter and said, "If I put this in my batter it would make my ...
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