Humor

Joke: Teacher: What is the shortest month?

Teacher: What is the shortest month?
Pupil: May, it only has three letters.

Joke: What did one math book say to the other?

What did one math book say to the other?
Don’t bother me I’ve got my own problems!

Joke: Teacher: Didn’t you hear me call you? Pupil: But you said not to answer you back!

Teacher: Didn’t you hear me call you?
Pupil: But you said not to answer you back!

Joke: Why did the children eat their homework?

Why did the children eat their homework?
Because their teacher said it was a piece of cake.

Joke: Broken pencil

Knock, knock
Who’s there?
Broken pencil
Broken pencil who?
Oh, never mind it’s pointless

English Joke Game

Have you seen funny Capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica?

Funny Capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica

Go away humans! The Capuchin Monkeys are aggressive when it comes to their territory:-)

When is Star Wars Day? May the 4th Be With You

When is Star Wars Day

Star Wars Day, May 4, celebrates George Lucas’ Star Wars.

The date was chosen for the pun on the catchphrase “May the Force be with you” as “May the Fourth be with you“.

Star Wars, an epic space opera written and directed by George Lucas, premiered in 1977 and became an almost instant cult classic.

What is Shrove Tuesday – Pancake Day?

What is Shrove Tuesday - Pancake Day?

Shrove Tuesday was coined as “Pancake Day” as various countries began the tradition of serving pancakes which included these items.

Shrove Tuesday is the day before Lent starts on Ash Wednesday.

The name Shrove comes from the old middle English word ‘Shriven’ meaning to go to confession to say sorry for the wrong things you’ve done.

Pancakes are associated with the day preceding Lent, because they are a way to use up rich foods such as eggs, milk, and sugar, before the fasting season of the 40 days of Lent.

Shrove Tuesday Joke: “What did the young pancake say to the old burnt pancake?
I don’t like your flip side.”

A popular shroving rhyme went like this:

Knock, knock, the pan’s hot
And we are coming a-shroving
For a piece of pancake
Or a piece of bacon
Or a piece of truckle* cheese
Of your own making.

Joke: Punctuation saves lives – Let’s eat Grandma!

Where do you put the comma? The comma here is critical.

“Let’s eat, Grandma” or “Let’s eat Grandma!”

Punctuation saves lives - Let’s eat Grandma!

One little comma makes all the difference!

Normal: Let’s eat, Grandma.
With the comma, these words indicate that the speaker is talking to their grandma and suggesting that they eat dinner.

Cannibalistic: Let’s eat Grandma.
Without the comma, the speaker is suggesting that they eat their grandma!

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