Arthur's Rhymes for the Times Podcast: Bo Peep and the Creep

Date 10/20/2020
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Bo Peep is madly in love with her boyfriend, Jack Horner, but we come to find in Arthur’s rhyme that Jack isn’t a very good guy. He continuously cheats on Bo Peep, even after he “swore it would never ever happen again.” Bo Peep clings to the notion that Jack can and will change. Does this situation sound familiar?

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Bo Peep and the Creep - A Lesson on Cheating

There’s nothing worse then finding out that the person you’re dating is cheating on you – again! So, what do you do? Our podcast, Bo Peep And The Creep, from Arthur’s Rhymes For The Times, is for anyone who’s ever found him or herself in that situation, along with a positive and healthy solution to move forward.  

Bo Peep And The Creep

Little Bo Peep was minding her sheep,
When suddenly she started to cry, to weep.
“What’s wrong,” asked the Old Woman, who lives in the shoe.
“I don’t know, I don’t know, 
“I don’t know,” said Bo Peep.
“I just don’t know what to do.”

“My boyfriend, Jack Horner, was caught in the corner,
“Making out with some new girl. 
“I want to die.
“He says he’s ‘such a good boy.’ 
“I feel like his toy.
“And now, I just want to cry.”

“He’s cheated before, but then always swore, 
“It would never ever happen again.
“But I always felt, it was never a matter of ‘if,’ 
“But only a matter of ‘when.’
“Yet, I love him so much! Is it really that strange? 
“That down deep in my heart I know and I hope he can change?”

“No,” said the Old Woman. 
“But hear what I say:
“You may pray for the day, 
“That by your side he will stay, 
“But child, that boy, Jack Horner,
“He’ll always stray!”

Moral of the Story:

So, you just found out the person you’re dating is cheating on you. What do you do? You already forgave them the first time. You kinda forgave them the second time… and the third time. Okay, it’s time to face facts. You’re dating a serial cheater.  Being in a relationship with a serial cheater is like going to Pep Boys to do your grocery shopping. You’re not going to get what you want. No matter how much you love them, you have to love yourself that much more. Think of it this way. Diabetics love chocolate, and candy, and cookies and cake and - but guess what? It’s toxic for them. There are times in life when we fall in love with someone who is toxic.  You can still love them, but they can’t be in your life. Also, if you find out you’re dating a serial cheater, it’s NOT you’re fault. They are very good at doing what they do. They didn’t want you to know. So, don’t blame yourself. Give yourself time for closure, and then as the song goes: “Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start all over again!” ‘Nuff said.

Stay amazing,



Enjoy these additional installments of Arthur's Rhymes for the Times Podcast Series:

Mary's Garden - A Lesson on Being Present

Don't Know Jack - A Lesson on Avoiding Arguments 


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bluestar: very true

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