A traveler had spent all day walking around a big city in the scorching heat. He was tired so he headed to the train station to make his way back to the hostel he was staying at.
The train ride only made the traveler more exhausted. He was so tired that he let out a huge and long yawn. Suddenly, an old man jumped from his seat and gestured to the traveler that he must stop yelling.
The old man wanted the traveler to stop yelling! | Photo: Shutterstock
The traveler was very confused, but the train ride continued, and it was not long until the traveler let out another big yawn because he was just so exhausted!
Again, the old man jumped up, pointed at the traveler, and said, "Hey! I said, stop yelling!"
"I'm not yelling," said the traveler, "I am yawning!"
The old man responded, "What?"
"I'm not yelling. I am yawning!" the traveler yelled back.
The old man then said, "What? I can't hear! I'm deaf!"
What would you do if this happened to you? If you need another laugh, check out the tale below about a man who noticed something interesting in the subway!
Have you ever been yelled at for yawning? | Photo: Pixabay/Sammy-Williams
A man who rode the subway in New York every day noticed that a pianist was playing beautiful music in the terminal. The man also noticed something very unusual.
Each time a little boy with a dunce cap left the pianist's side, the musician would immediately stop playing. For the first few days, the man did not think much of the little boy.
But after about two weeks of the man watching the pianist playing beautifully and stopping after the little boy wearing the dunce cap left, the man decided he would find out what was going on.
Why did the pianist stop playing the piano? | Photo: Pixabay/Free-Photos
So he walked up to the pianist and said, "Why do you stop playing when the boy with the dunce cap leaves?"
The pianist responded, "Oh sir, I cannot play the piano without my metro gnome."
Wow! There sure are interesting people in the subway. If you need another train-related joke, check out this joke about three accountants and three engineers who were on a train.