Daily Joke: Mom Forbids Her Son to Watch TV until He Does His Homework
A mom was angry that her son was watching TV without having done his math homework. She told him that he was banned from watching TV, but the little boy had some clever tricks up his sleeves.
One evening, an angry mom told her son that there would be no TV for him unless he did his math homework. Disappointed, the boy said:
"Aww, Mom! When am I ever gonna use math in real life? I'm gonna grow up to be a super rich rock star... I'll pay people to do math for me."
The mom smiled and said it was a wonderful goal. She added, "I know exactly how to help you pursue it." The next day, the mom told her son there would be no more TV until he finished his guitar practice, and the boy cried, "Aww, Mom!"
BOY IN A BARBERSHOP
A little boy walked into a barbershop, and the barber whispered to his customer, "This is the dumbest kid in the world. Watch while I prove it to you."
The barber placed a dollar bill in one hand and put two quarters in the other. He then called the boy over and asked, "Which do you want, son?" The little boy took the quarters and left the shop.
Smiling, the barber boasted to his customers and claimed that the little boy never learns. After a while, when his customers had left, the barber saw the little boy going to an ice cream parlor.
He called out to the boy and said, "Hey, son! May I ask you a question? Why did you take the quarters instead of the dollar bill?"
To his surprise, the boy licked his cone and said, "Because the day I take the dollar the game is over!"
LITTLE BOY REQUESTS A LOAN
A boy walked up to his mother to borrow $50. The mom refused his request and asked if he thought money grew on trees.
The little boy then asked his mom what money is made of, and his mom said paper. The smart kid then asked where paper comes from, and she went blank.
A BOY AND HIS GUITAR
A dad bought his son a new guitar for his birthday and paid for five lessons. After his first guitar lesson, the boy went home, and his dad asked what he had learned that day.
The boy proudly explained that he learned about the first five notes on the E string. After his second class, his dad asked him what he learned, and he said he learned the first five notes on the A string.
On the day of the third lesson, the man was home waiting for his son for a long time. Finally, around 2 am, his son walked in smelling of alcohol and cigarettes.
Angry, his dad asked him where he had gone to, and the boy said, "Sorry dad, I had a gig!"