At this week's family history and tradition class, the teacher asked the young class how to describe old folks.
Olivia raised her hand and answered, "Over the Hill."
"Yes, good answer," said the teacher.
"Yes, Johnny, do you have another nickname?"
"Long in the Toot," Johnny responded.
The teacher corrected him. "You meant Long in the Tooth, didn't you?"
"Not at all, you never been behind my Grandpa, have you?"
Teacher: Little Johnny, did you finish your reading assignment?
Little Johnny: No, but I don't like to read.
Teacher: Have you ever heard of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln or Bubba B. Snodgrass?
Little Johnny: Who is Bubba B. Snodgrass?
Teacher: He's a guy that didn't like to read.
Teacher: What do you want to be when you grow up?
Little Johnny: I'm going to become a famous writer. I plan on writing under a pseudonym instead of my real name.
Teacher: Have you decided what name you'll use in your literary efforts.
Little Johnny: Yes, it's going to be big Johnny.