After recess Emma told the teacher that Jillian, Stephany and she needed one more person to play foursquare but Little Johnny refused complaining he isn’t a team player.
Teacher: “Little Johnny why wouldn’t you play foursquare with the girls?"
Little Johnny: “My mother had quadruplets, ten months later she had my twin sister and me. Ten months after that she had triplets.”
Teacher: “It looks as though you have 8 siblings all within 10 months of your age at home but what does that have to do with school?”
Little Johnny: “Unlike my house there are boys at school.”
Danny came home with a very large bounty of Halloween treats. Danny’s eyes were gleaming; he had a smile from ear to ear while performing an impromptu victory dance for his parents.
His father said, "Danny you know there comes a time when we should stop going trick or treating."
Just them Danny’s mother interrupted her husband. "Dear, give the boy a break; after all he has two full years before he turns forty."
Teacher: Can anyone describe what a (shocking moment) is?
Little Johnny: It’s when you find out something that changes your world view.
Teacher: Yes, Johnny, that would definitely be an application of the term shocking moment. Can you give us an example of this in your personal life?
Little Johnny: When I was five my uncle Johnny came to visit from out of state and he’d cuss a lot. My mother said he’s just being a dummy and only does it because of my dad.
Teacher: OK, your uncle was trying to impress your dad inappropriately. I don’t understand what you found shocking about that?
Little Johnny: I was little and misunderstood my mom when she said my uncle was a dummy and my dad made him talk that way. It was really shocking when I found out my uncle could actually talk on his own and my dad wasn’t a ventriloquist.