Category: Teachers Jokes

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Ranking: 3.05 / 60
The teacher said; Tommy, this is the fifth day this week you’ve had to stay after school. What have you to say for yourself?
I’m certainly glad it’s Friday, said Tommy.

Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
rec.:Apr/28/2010    pub.:Apr/28/2010    sent:Jul/9/2010

Ranking: 2.97 / 66
An elementary school teacher decides to pole the class on the difficulty of last night’s homework assignment:

How many people were able to complete the assignment without parents help?
About 25% of the class raises their hands. How many people we able to complete the assignment with the help of a parent? About 70% of the class raises their hand. The teacher still notices about 5% of the class did not raise their hands. She then calls out, "How many people had to help a parent complete your assignment?
Thanks to: Christopher Pimble - Brooklyn - New York - USA.
rec.:Apr/2/2004    pub.:Apr/14/2004    sent:Jul/17/2004

Ranking: 3.09 / 56
History Teacher: "Why was George Washington standing in the bow of the boat as the army crossed the Delaware?"
Student: "Because he knew if he sat down, he would have to row."
Thanks to: Jacob M - Woodstock - ON - Canada
rec.:May/14/2010    pub.:Jun/2/2010    sent:Jul/7/2010

Ranking: 3.07 / 55
The teacher was warning the class about the dangers of going to in cold weather insufficiently clad. “There was one a boy,” he said, “who was so eager to go out and play with his sled that he didn’t put a coat or scarf on; he caught a chill, the chill led to pneumonia and he died!”

The teacher paused to allow the moral of this story to sink in, when a small voice said, “What happened to the sled ….?”

Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
rec.:Nov/13/2002    pub.:Nov/13/2002

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