February 04, 2020

Daily Joke: Teacher Notices a Boy Lying Facedown in the Aisle of the Bus during a School Trip

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On the off chance that you need a good laugh today, this hilarious conversation between a teacher and her pupil will give you just that.

Children often crack the best jokes, without their knowing it. One day, the fifth-grader class had an educational field trip.

As they rode along in the school bus, the teacher noticed that one of her pupils was lying facedown in the aisle of the bus with his hands over his eyes.

Yellow school bus beside a concrete building. | Photo: Pexels


The teacher was so confused that she immediately approached the little boy and asked why he was lying on the aisle like that. "Well," the kid replied, "if you don't see anything, you don't have to write anything."

Reading a funny story like this one is always enjoyable and will light up our day. If that crack you up, here's a joke about a sixth-grade class doing some spelling drills.

Woman teaching at school. | Photo: Pexels


The teacher asked Tommy if he could spell "before." Tommy stood up to answer his teacher. He said "Before, B-E-P-H-O-R."

The teacher sighed and said that he had misspelled "before." She then asked the other pupils if anyone could spell the word correctly.

ABC alphabet letters text word message in white chalk written on a chalkboard. | Photo: Pexels


Another little boy stood up and said "Before, B-E-F-O-O-R." Again the teacher said that that wasn't right.  She asked Johnny if he knew the correct spelling of "before."

Little Johnny stood up and said "Before, B-E-F-O-R-E." The teacher smiled and was thrilled that finally, someone was able to spell the word correctly.


She then asked Johnny if he could use the word "before" in a sentence. To which Johnny replied that that is simple. He said "Two plus two be fore."

Please share these jokes for your loved ones who might need a good laugh today! Want to laugh some more?

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