She yelled, “What is THAT on your desk, Tommy??”
Little Tommy replied, “Oh, it’s a deaf toad.”
“What??” said Mrs. Jones, “And may I ask how do you know it is deaf?”
Little Tommy replied, “I pisssed in its ear but it made no movement.”
“Tommy!!! What did you just say?? What did you do into the toad’s ear?” shouted Mrs. Jones.
Little Tommy said, “I just told you. I bent down and went PSSSSSTTTTT in its ear, but the toad wouldn’t react!”
Her grandmother said, “You know Suzie, you mother loves these kind of nuts.”
Little Suzie said, “Those may be mom’s favorite, but the kind of nuts I love are dough-nuts.”
Andrew watched for some time, and crossed the street and pressed the bell.
The moment he did that, the little boy ran screaming, “Get out of there fast, they have a blood-thirsty Rottweiler!”
“Yes, he did.” I replied.
Aaron continued, “Then I suppose he made me too.”
“Um hmm…yep, that’s right.” I replied.
Aaron commented, “Isn’t he getting better with time, what do you think?”
Suzie replied, “No. I did not. I heard this boy ahead of me say Thank u but the birthday girl said Don’t mention it, so I said nothing.”
Neel replied, “The questions were not all that tough. What gave me a fright were the answers.”
Bob said to Rick, “My mom always tells me watch out for worms in the mangoes.”
Rick said, “I don’t care. They can watch out for themselves.”
Harry replied, “Whenever you are disobedient, one of my hair turns grey.”
Little Susan said, “Oh, no wonder grandma’s hair is all grey.”