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  • Georgie Porgie
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  • Georgie Porgie is an English first published in the 1840s. The poem/folk song tells the tell of Georgie Porgie, who kissed the girls and made them cry. The poem has been referenced many times, including references by Roald Dahl and Rudyard Kipling in short stories by the same name.
  • Georgie Porgie is a character from a nursery rhyme about a boy who liked to kiss girls. Sofar, he is only mentioned in the Land of Stories series by Harper as the husband of Lady Muffet. Harper says he had "countless affairs". He is presumably from Red Riding Hood Kingdom.
  • The most common modern lyrics are: Georgie Porgie, Puddin' and Pie, Kissed the girls and made them cry, When the boys came out to play Georgie Porgie ran away. in "Grimm Job" Jack, of "Jack and the Beanstalk"'s wife nags him about not doing a good job of watching Georgie and his sleezy brother Rick Porgie.
  • "Georgie Porgie" is a popular English language nursery rhyme. The most common modern lyrics are: Georgie Porgie, Puddin' and Pie, Kissed the girls and made them cry, When the boys came out to play Georgie Porgie ran away. The tune for the nursery rhyme was composed by James William Elliott.
  • Georgie Porgie is a Fable and the tertiary antagonist in season one of the The Wolf Among Us. He is a pimp and the owner of the Pudding and Pie strip club.
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  • Georgie Porgie
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  • Unknown
type of villain
  • Pimp/Trash talker, Murder
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  • First Appearance
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  • Unknown
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  • Original Publisher
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Box Title
  • Georgie Porgie
Goals
  • Gain money for his strip club.
Origin
  • The Wolf Among Us
Skills
  • Business skills
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Alias
  • Georgie
Hobby
  • Trash talking
Occupation
  • Pimp
Fullname
  • Georgie Porgie
Size
  • 250
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  • Georgie Porgie is an English first published in the 1840s. The poem/folk song tells the tell of Georgie Porgie, who kissed the girls and made them cry. The poem has been referenced many times, including references by Roald Dahl and Rudyard Kipling in short stories by the same name.
  • Georgie Porgie is a character from a nursery rhyme about a boy who liked to kiss girls. Sofar, he is only mentioned in the Land of Stories series by Harper as the husband of Lady Muffet. Harper says he had "countless affairs". He is presumably from Red Riding Hood Kingdom.
  • The most common modern lyrics are: Georgie Porgie, Puddin' and Pie, Kissed the girls and made them cry, When the boys came out to play Georgie Porgie ran away. in "Grimm Job" Jack, of "Jack and the Beanstalk"'s wife nags him about not doing a good job of watching Georgie and his sleezy brother Rick Porgie.
  • "Georgie Porgie" is a popular English language nursery rhyme. The most common modern lyrics are: Georgie Porgie, Puddin' and Pie, Kissed the girls and made them cry, When the boys came out to play Georgie Porgie ran away. The tune for the nursery rhyme was composed by James William Elliott.
  • Georgie Porgie is a Fable and the tertiary antagonist in season one of the The Wolf Among Us. He is a pimp and the owner of the Pudding and Pie strip club.