Daily Joke: A Young Girl Asks Her Father What Is the Difference between Anger and Exasperation
A child is a bundle of joy in our lives, and we often teach them right from wrong. However, some parents unconventionally teach kids. Those kids can grow up to be masters of sarcasm and cheek.
A little girl comes up to her father seeking help for a school paper. "Daddy, what's the difference between anger and exasperation?" she asks.
The father looks at her and says, "well dear, its a matter of degree. Wait, I'll try to explain it more practically."
IS MELVIN HOME
He picks up the phone and dials a random number. "Hello, is Melvin home?" he asks.
"I don't know who Melvin is and he certainly doesn't live here, I suggest you look at the number before calling random people," the voice on the other side says.
After the conversation is over, he looks at his daughter and says, "That dear, is an example of irritation, he was probably busy with something else and was bothered by the wrong number."
He picks up the phone and redials the number. "Hello, does Melvin live here?" he asks. The person on the other side screams, "You've got some guts calling here again. How many times do I have to tell you there's no one named Melvin here?" before slamming the phone.
The father turns to his daughter and says, "Now that is anger." His daughter is still confused and asks, "well, what's exasperation then?"
The father smiles and says, "this is the fun part." He calls the same number and says, "Hi, this is Melvin speaking, have there been any calls for me on this number?"
THE THREE SAMURAI
Time for a bonus joke. What's the difference between a Chinese, Japanese, and Jewish samurai? An emperor found out in a hilarious incident. Read on to find out yourself.
Once upon a time, a great emperor sent out his men in search of the perfect samurai. His men scattered across the world and came back with three potential bodyguards for the emperor.
The three were from entirely different backgrounds. One was Chinese, the other was Japanese, and the last one was Jewish.
THE TEST FOR THE SAMURAI
The emperor called the Chinese samurai into a great hall and opened a fly box. A tiny fly flew up, and before anyone knew what happened, the samurai cut the fly in half.
"Splendid!" the emperor exclaimed. He sent the samurai to wait outside. The Chinese samurai walked in, and the emperor opened another fly box.
The samurai drew his katana and sliced the wings off the fly. Then he said, I specialize in immobilizing the enemy, it makes it easier to question them later.
THE JEWISH SAMURAI
Impressed with the skill, the emperor asked the samurai to wait outside as well. Finally, the Jewish samurai walked in to take the same test.
The emperor released the fly, and without hesitation, he leaps up and swings his katana. Surprisingly, instead of the fly dropping to the floor, it lets out an "Eep" sound and flies away.
The emperor bursts into laughter and says, " You can't even kill a fly. Why should I even hire you?" The samurai looks the emperor dead in the eye and says, "Kill Smill, do you have any idea how hard it is to circumcise something that small?"
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