Daily Joke: A Teacher Gives a Lesson on Blood Circulation and the Students Have Their Own Ideas
One day, a teacher decided to give his students a lesson on blood circulation through an example. He was not prepared for what was coming!
A science teacher was planning to teach his students about blood circulation. After explaining what blood circulation basically is, he came up with an example to make his confused students understand it better.
"I see you are a little confused, students. Let me give you an example," the teacher said.
He walked on to the podium and faced all the students who were curiously looking at him.
"You see, if I stood on my head right now, the blood will flow right into it, won't it?" he began to explain.
"Yes, sir," said the students in unison.
"Right. Then why is it that the blood does not run into my feet while I'm standing upright? It should have flown into my feet, isn't it?" he asked.
As the students discussed what the correct answer was, one student was shouted from the back saying:
'"t's because your feet isn't empty."
CORRECT THE SENTENCE
A teacher asked her students to correct a sentence.
"Correct this sentence: A bull and a cow is grazing in the field," said the teacher.
The students began scribbling on their notebooks, trying to figure out what's wrong with the sentence.
After a while, one of the students raised his hand.
"Yes, Donny, what is the correct form of the sentence?"
Little Donny got up and confidently said: "A cow and a bull is grazing in the field."
"Could you please explain how?" asked the teacher.
The little biy smiled shyly and said, " Because ladies first."
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