The excitement was brewing and so dear old dad
Bought a carton of eggnog for all to enjoy,
A big giant glass for each girl and each boy.
They each drank it up with a smile and a slurp.
“Give us some more!” they said with a burp.
So daddy agreed and poured the drinks tall,
More eggnog for everyone! Come one, come all!
They were feeling content, their bellies were full
All seemed alright ’til one asked for a bowl.
Dad thought they were joking. How could this be?
“It’s just a little tummy ache, wait and see!”
They started to squirm, they started to whine
Then for the toilet, the boy made a bee-line.
“But I need to puke too!” said the cute little girl
So into the sink she made a great hurl.
Mom was holding back hair and rubbing their backs
But deep down inside she was hiding a laugh.
With a spew in the loo and upchuck in the sink,
The kids stood there for minutes, still on the brink.
Then finally it settled they thought they were done,
Turns out it was only beginning, round one.
At the end of the night, the eggnog was gone
It went into their mouths then into the John.
For years down the road they’ll remember the night
Eggnog vs. the kids. You know who won that fight.
And next year when dad asks “Who wants a cup?”
All we’ll think about is the double throw up.