| In The Annexe
- [Plaster] tells me that the original title of the diary of Anne Frank was "The Annexe", named after the house in which she lived, "The Secret Annexe". He also mentions that The Annex is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Canada.
- In this Twoism thread the sample source of the singing children was discovered. The singing is a slight variation of the Jenny Jones poem. The actual song they sampled is A40 "I've Come To See Your Janie Jonies" on this 1983's Children's Singing Games compilation. You can hear it at 1:59 in this Spotify player.
Jenny Jones (poem)
Please, we've come to see Jenny Jones, Jenny Jones, Jenny Jones;
Please, we've come to see Jenny Jones,
And how is she today?
Jenny, she is dead, dead, dead;
You cannot see her today.
What color is she going to be buried in?
Red is for danger, danger, danger;
Red is for danger, so that won't do.
White is for angels, angels, angels;
White is for angels, so that will do.
The castle bells,
Ringing for me;
I'll be buried in the old churchyard
Beneath the great yew tree.
- In Carnival Slang, An Annex refers to "The area of a sideshow joint where the blowoff is located."
- ↑ http://www.annefrank.nl/eng/afh/AFH.phpl
- ↑ http://www.4reference.net/encyclopedias/wikipedia/The_Annex_Toronto.phpl
- ↑ https://www.twoism.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=15016
- ↑ https://www.discogs.com/release/3530119-Unknown-Artist-Childrens-Singing-Games
- ↑ http://goodmagic.com/carny/car_a-c.htm