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By Usama Rasheed
Fri, 09, 18

A boy went home from school. His homework was to put down the things his family said.....

Homework completed

A boy went home from school. His homework was to put down the things his family said.

So he went to his mother who was talking on the phone. The boy asked, “Mum, can you help me do my homework? The mother said, “Shut up!” and goes back talking on the phone.

The boy wrote that down.

He then went to his father who was watching football on TV and saying, “Yeah!”

So the boy wrote that down.

The boy then went to his little sister who said, “Lollipop, Lollipop.”

So the boy wrote that down.

The boy went to his little brother who said, “Dundun, Batman!”

So the boy wrote that down.

The next day, the boy went to school and the teacher said, “So what are the words?”

The boy said, “Shut up!”

The teacher, shocked, calmly said, “Do you want to go to the principal’s office?”

The boy said, “Yeah!”

So at the principal’s office, the principal said, “What do you think you deserve in this situation?”

The boy said, “Lollipop, Lollipop!”

The principal yelled, “Who do you think you are?”

And the boy said, “Dundun, Batman!”

Funny answers

Q: Where do people learn to make ice cream?

A: In sundae school.

Q: Why were the early days of history called the dark ages?

A: Because there were so many knights.

Q: What was Camelot?

A: A place where people parked their camels.

Q: Why did the teacher write the lesson on the windows?

A: He wanted the lesson to be very clear.

Q: Why was the student’s report card wet?

A: Because it was below C level.

Q: What flies around the school at night?

A: The alpha-bat.

Q: What starts with a T, ends with a T, and is full of T.

A: A teapot.

Q: Why did the girl wear glasses during math class?

A: Because it improved di-vision.

Q: What is a mathematician’s favourite dessert?

A: Pi

Q: Why couldn’t 6 and 11 get married?

A: They were under 18.

Compiled by Usama Rasheed