July 23, 2019
Being at school is hard work when you're little. You're constantly being inundated with new and amazing ideas and concepts that you never dreamed about. Like Mathematics!
In the joke below, little Johnny was not getting the hang of things, read why.
Little Johnny failed his math test dismally. His mark was so bad, his teacher called home to have a word with his dad. When he returned home that afternoon, his father was standing crossly in the doorway.
“Why did you fail your math test?” he asked.
Little Johnny shrugged and said: “My teacher isn't very good."
His father was surprised by his excuse and asked Johnny to elaborate.
"Well, on Monday, my teacher said 3+5 = 8.”
“So?” his father answered.
“Then on Tuesday, she told us 4+4 = 8, and on Wednesday she said 6+2 = 8," explained the boy.,
"If she doesn't know what equals to eight, how am I supposed to know the right answer?”
Well, he has a point! Share this with your friends if it made you giggle. Little Johnny jokes are the best!
In a different joke, a primary school teacher handed out coloring pages to her students – on them was a picture of a frog holding an umbrella.
When the class handed them back in, one little boy had colored the frog bright purple. The teacher scolded him, asking: “How often have you seen a purple frog?”
The little boy was both surprised and offended by his teacher's remarks. He shrugged and answered with a straight face:
“The same number of times I’ve seen a frog holding an umbrella.”
In another instance of teachers who fail at explaining themselves correctly, an Akron, Ohio mom was devastated after her daughters were allegedly banned from a Cuyahoga Falls private school.
The administrator of the school, Pastor John Wilson, reportedly kicked Summaia and Summara out of the institution because their mother was "living in sin."
Summer Grant's girls had been attending Chapel Hill Christian School and were in the second and fourth grade at the time. Wilson reportedly said.
“There's ten commandments and committing adultery is not part of that. It’s not that they should not go to the school; it's that they can't go to the school.”