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A hundred years ago.
 
A hundred years ago.
  
Did jack ride on dinosaurs?<br>
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Did cavemen ride on dinosaurs?<br>
 
Did poop even grow?<br>
 
Did poop even grow?<br>
 
Did spiders rule the earth?<br>
 
Did spiders rule the earth?<br>
 
Were deserts filled with snow?
 
Were deserts filled with snow?
  
There were no books or yumyums<br>
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There were no books or humans<br>
 
So how are we to know<br>
 
So how are we to know<br>
 
What the earth was like<br>
 
What the earth was like<br>

Revision as of 02:57, 20 July 2020

"A Hundred Years Ago" is a poem written by Rodrick Heffley for an essay that Mr. Huff assigned. In Diary of a Wimpy Kid Online and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, when the power goes out at the Heffley residence, Rodrick sells this poem to Greg for 20,000 in Mom Bucks. Greg reviews the assignment on the bus ride to school, noticing that it is a poem and not an essay; he decides to not turn it in.

Poem

In the book
In the online version

Book and online version

Sometimes I sit and wonder
About stuff I don't know
Like what the heck the earth was like
A hundred years ago.

Did cavemen ride on dinosaurs?
Did flowers even grow?
Well we could guess but that was back
A hundred years ago.

I wish they built a time machine
And they picked me up to go
To check out what the scene was like
A hundred years ago.

Did giant spiders rule the earth?
Were deserts filled with snow?
I wonder what the story was
A hundred years ago.

Movie version

Sometimes I sit and wonder
About stuff I do not know
Like, what the earth was like
A hundred years ago.

Did cavemen ride on dinosaurs?
Did poop even grow?
Did spiders rule the earth?
Were deserts filled with snow?

There were no books or humans
So how are we to know
What the earth was like
A hundred years ago.