On the off chance that you need a good laugh today, this lively discussion between a teacher and a student will give you just that.
One morning, a student arrived late at school. His teacher immediately asked him for what reason. "It's my alarm clock. Everybody got up except me!" the student replied.
Confused, the teacher asked again, "How did the alarm clock make you the only one not to get up?"
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To which the student answered, "There are eight of us in my family, and the alarm clock was only set for seven."
Reading a humorous story like this one is always fun and will definitely brighten up our day. Here's a bonus joke to keep you laughing some more.
One Sunday morning, a teacher asked her Sunday School class to think about their favorite Bible stories and then draw pictures about these.
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Walking around the class, she caught a glimpse of Little Johnny's somewhat puzzling picture. As she looked more closely, she saw four people on an airplane.
"What Bible story are you drawing," she asked Little Johnny.
"The Flight to Egypt," the boy proudly replied.
Pointing at each figure, the teacher said, "That must be Mary, Joseph, and Baby Jesus. But who's the fourth person?"
"Oh, that's Pontius – the pilot!"
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How hilarious is that! Here's another joke about a curious little boy.
One evening, little Johnny watched his mother as she applies facial cream in front of the mirror.
The innocent little boy watched in awe as his mother smoothed cold cream on her face. This was the first time he saw her do it.
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"Why do you do that, mummy?" he asked, peering at her mother's face.
"To make myself beautiful," said his mother, who then began removing the cream with a tissue.
"What's the matter?" asked Johnny. "Giving up?"
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Don't forget to share these jokes with your family and friends if this made you chuckle.
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