When a student asked his teacher how one would stuff animals in the fridge, the teacher was confused but tried to think about the possible ways nonetheless. His questions only got weirder and weirder.
Maths classes were the most boring for little Jacob. Miss Emily was teaching the class about the origins of Algebra and Jacob could only think about how he would eat chicken sandwiches when he went over to his friend Mark's place after school. Mark's mom made the meanest chicken sandwiches after all.
The class was only getting more boring by the minute and little Jacob couldn't stand it anymore. He decided to ask his teacher some random questions to break the ice like always.
"Miss Emily? Say, how do you put an elephant in the fridge?"
Miss Emily tried to focus on the ongoing topic, but she couldn't resist the urge to answer little Jacob's silly question. "I don't know, you tell me, Jacob. I'm pretty sure the class is dying to know how you can stuff an elephant inside a fridge," she said with a punch of sarcasm.
"Well, you open the door and put in there!"
The students broke into laughter. Miss Emily was annoyed as she asked the class to keep quiet. "Wow Jacob, aren't you the smartest? Now, shall we continue with the lesson or do you have any other question for me?" she asked.
"I do have another question for you, Miss Emily. Tell me, how do you put a reindeer inside the fridge?"
"You open the door and let it inside?"
"No, you open the door, let the elephant out, and in goes the reindeer!"
The students laughed out again and Miss Emily hushed them. When Jacob said he had another question for her, she was determined to get it right this time.
"All the animals were invited to the lion king's birthday party but one of them wasn't. Which one was it?"
"Oh I know this one," Miss Emily said confidently. "It was the lion."
"Wrong!" exclaimed Jacob. "It was the reindeer who because he was still in the fridge!"
"Okay, I have one last question for you miss. How would you get across a river if it was full of hungry crocodiles?"
"I would walk over the bridge."
"No, there is no bridge. And all the crocodiles are the lion's birthday party so you can swim across."
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Miss Emily couldn't help but chuckle this time. The bell rang and she made a face at little Jacob before taking off.
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