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Mind your manners

Mind your manners

When 5-year old Suzie came home after attending her school friend’s birthday party, her mother, Mrs. Jones, who was very particular with manners and etiquette, asked her, “Suzie, did you say THANK U before leaving the party?”

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.”

Questions and answers

Questions and answers

When my son Neel came home from school after appearing for his terminal exams, I asked him, “Well son, how did your exams go? Were the questions tough?”

Neel replied, “The questions were not all that tough. What gave me a fright were the answers.”

Watch out for worms!

Watch out for worms!

Bob and Rick were having mangoes during their lunch break in school.

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.”

Grey hair

Grey hair

Little Susan asked her father, “Daddy, why has some of your hair turned grey?”

Harry replied, “Whenever you are disobedient, one of my hair turns grey.”

Little Susan said, “Oh, no wonder grandma’s hair is all grey.”

Arithmetic assignment

Arithmetic assignment

Mrs. Griffith, the Maths teacher discovered that little Harry had not done his homework. She scolded him, “Where is your Arithmetic assignment?”

Little Harry replied, “Miss it had too many problems, so it took its own life!”

Project work

Project work

Looking at my son Neel’s project work, his teacher Mrs. Singh commented, “Tell me, did your mother help you with the project work?”

Neel replied innocently, “No, she did not help me. She did it all by herself.”

Rain or sunshine

Rain or sunshine

Mrs. Smith, the Geography teacher, declared in class, “There will be a test tomorrow, whether there is rain or sunshine.”

Just then she heard a chuckle. She saw Bobby trying to cover his face with his hands.

“Bobby, will you tell the class what is so funny?” yelled Mrs. Smith.

Bobby said, “The weather forecast is that it will snow tomorrow!”