Spider-Man features an upset Peter Parker cursing about “Mother Hubbard.”
And then the front door was opened briskly and Old Mother Hubbard entered the room.
Mother Hubbard has gone to the butcher's and she'll get you a bone, I'm sure.
"O, yes'm; I'd be delighted," replied Mother Hubbard, a smile lighting up her face even to the floury tip of her nose.
We've had a lovely dance, Mother Hubbard, and now I must hurry home.
I have been blamed for printing and distributing "Mother Hubbard."
Mother Hubbard: "Let me see; I've had 'em—four girls and a half."
From this prompting came the illustration of Mother Hubbard.
"You poor dear girl," said Mother Hubbard, going up to her, and taking her hand.
The women wore plain Mother Hubbard dresses and straw sailor hats, and the men gingham suits.
Old Mother Hubbard, nursery rhyme, was printed 1805, written by Sarah Catherine Martin (1768-1826) but based on earlier material of unknown origin (the name is attested from 1591).