Daily Joke: Teacher Was Reading the Story of the 'Three Little Pigs' to His Kindergarten Class
A teacher lost control of his kindergarten class when he chose to read them the famous story of the "Three Little Pigs" — here's how it unfolded.
A man with a very lovely sense of humor was quite fond of reading fairytales to his young children at night just before they slept.
Because of the man's jovial nature, he would often ad-lib some parts of the stories just for the fun of it — the kids loved it even though they knew no better.
One day, the youngest of the man's children was in his kindergarten class. On that very day, his teacher read the fairytale about the "Three Little Pigs."
He read the book aloud for his pupils to hear, and when he came to the part where the first pig attempted to acquire some straw for his home from a farmer, the teacher asked:
"And what do you think the man said?"
In a split second, the man's youngest son raised his hand and recalled what the man said, "Holy cow! A talking pig!"
The crowd, or class as it was, went wild at the statement and remained that way for a full ten minutes before the teacher was able to do his job again.
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Later that afternoon, the older adult finds the boy ripping the wings off a helpless butterfly, and he promptly bans him from having butter for a month as well.
On the evening of the same day, Johnny's mother was making dinner when a cockroach scrambled across the kitchen floor looking for a hideaway. The woman quickly jumped and landed on the pitiful creature, squashing it.
She looked up to find Johnny and his father watching her. After some seconds, she asked what was wrong, but instead of answering, Johnny just looked at his father and said:
"Are you going to tell her, Dad, or do you want me to?"
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