No, it’s about Incey Wincey you fucking idiot.
I’m furious now.
not just indoors friend but in a magical kingdom full of pure magic
Oh really? Well, you don’t need a deep knowledge, just know that you can have teapots outdoors too. It’s less common, but possible.
You’re saying that Incey Wincy is its name? You have got to be kidding me.
I don’t believe you. It’s science gone too far.
you can’t mix science and magic
To Mr and Mrs Spider, a son; Incey Wincey.
Why does this all have to be explained by magic? There’s no magic implications anywhere in the lyrics. This isn’t a rhyme trying to teach kids about magic.
Not with that attitude you can’t.
I struggle to believe this, technically anything can be outdoors if there’s no roof. You could even have a gas-boiler outdoors in theory.
how else can you explain rain in a teapot?
So Wincey is a middle name too? Why not just call them Incey Spider in that case?
Well technically you can, even those who like to write fiction that involves magic still adhere to some scientific principles, e.g. gravity. It’s up to interpretation.
I DON’T KNOW WHY DON’T YOU TRY ASKING THE FUCKING SPIDER’S PARENTS OH YOU CAN’T BECAUSE THEY’RE DEAD YOU INSENSITIVE DICK.
Paul Incey Wincey Spider
A garden party was one example I provided earlier. It could also be as simple as moving the pot outside at times of good weather.
Probably the very thing it names in the song
incey wincey spider climbed up the water spout
here’s my handle here’s my spout
out came the sun and dried up all the rain
and one for the little boy who lives down the lane