Needing to shed a few pounds, my wife and I went on a diet that had specific recipes for each meal of the day. We followed the instructions closely, dividing the finished recipe in half for our individual plates. We felt terrific and thought the diet was wonderful -- we never even felt hungry!
But soon we realized we were gaining weight, not losing it. Checking the recipes again, we found it. There in the not-so-fine, fine print, was the answer: "Serving Size: 6."
The teacher asks Suzy where her nose is, and Suzy points to it. Next, she asks Freddy where his ears are, and he points to them. Then she asked little johnny where his heart is, johnny points to his behind,
The teacher said, "No, that is not right. Let's try again. Where is your heart?"
Again, Johnny points to his behind and explains, "Every time my grandma comes over she give me a hug, pats my behind, and says 'Bless your heart.'"
Laura and Freddy are cousins, and their grandma is babysitting them for the day. Although Freddy's mom is the renowned chef in the family, Laura's mom prepared lunch earlier, including potatoes in the oven.
But one fell and got badly burnt. Grandma jumped on the occasion to show the kids how to draw with it on a piece of paper.
Sadly, Freddy frowned and then observed, "My mom would NEVER burn potatoes for me."