Ranking: 2.89 / 57
A mom concerned about her kindergarten son's safety walking to school but not wanting to embarrass him, asked a neighbor if she would follow him but not too close for him to notice. The neighbor Mrs. Goodnest said no problem since she needed to take her toddler Marcy for a walk. The next day Mrs. Goodnest and her girl Marcy followed the boys. After a week of being followed a friend asked Timmy if he noticed the lady following them. Timmy said yes. His friend asked if he knew her. Timmy said yes, she is Shirley Goodnest and her daughter Marcy. His friend asked why was she following them. Timmy answered; well every night my mom makes me say the 23rd psalm with my prayers. In the psalm it says, “Shirley Goodnest and Marcy shall follow me all the days of my life" so I'll just have to get use to it.
Thanks to: Sharon Bewick - Richmond - Mi - USA.
rec.:Nov/16/2005 pub.:Dec/22/2005 sent:Aug/6/2007
Ranking: 2.73 / 73
A first grade teacher was looking at her students as they were trying out their desk computers. One boy was staring at the screen, looking dumbstruck and confused. The teacher came and read what was on the screen and in her most reassuring voice said, “The computer wants to know what your name is."
The boy then leaned over and whispered, “My name is David."
Thanks to: Cordy - Japan
rec.:Jul/30/2008 pub.:Jul/31/2008 sent:Jan/27/2010
Ranking: 3.21 / 38
Ozzie came home from school with a black eye and cut lips. His mother sighed deeply, “Oh, Ozzie, you’ve been in another fight.”
“But, Mom,” sniffled Ozzie, “I was just keeping a little boy from being beaten up by a bigger boy.”
‘Well,” said Mom, “that was brave. Who was the little boy?”
Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
Ranking: 2.76 / 68
Teacher: "Which is more important to us, the sun or the moon?"
Pupil: "The moon."
Pupil: "The moon gives us light at night when we need it but the sun gives us light only in the day time when we don't need it."
Thanks to: Dian Christine - Jakarta - DKI Jakarta - Indonesia
rec.:Nov/4/2003 pub.:Dec/10/2003 sent:Jun/24/2004