What you are not missing by staying in tonight
How I hate the human race
How I hate its silly face
And when I'm introduced to one
I wish I thought what jolly fun
I thought the poem was Belloc, but I can't trace it. Mr Google throws up the preposterous suggestion it might be by Sir Walter Raleigh, thus:
I wish I loved the human race;
I wish I loved its silly face;
I wish I loved the way it walks;
I wish I loved the way it talks;
and when I'm introduced to one,
I wish I thought what jolly fun.
I don't believe it.