A scientist studying cat behavior was up for review seeking additional funding.
Board member: “If you can tell us how many cats it takes to turn on a light bulb we’ll extend your grant.
Scientist: “We’re getting close to finding out.”
Board member: “What have you found out pertaining to my question?”
Scientist: “So far we know it only takes one cat to turn a light off.”
Board member: “When a cat turns off a light is it intentional or incidental?”
Scientist: “We believe it’s intentional because they’re too agile to tip over your lamp by accident.”
Teacher: “What’s your favorite wonder of the world?”
Little Johnny: “The Pyramid of Pizza.”
Teacher: “You mean the Pyramids of Giza, right?”
Little Johnny: “Nope, I mean the pyramid shaped building downtown that sells pizza.”
Little Johnny: ”That isn’t a wonder of the world Johnny.”
Little Johnny: “Apparently you haven’t tried their pizza yet.”
A (coming of age) talk with his grandson the evening before his graduation from high school.
Paul Revere: I’ll never forget a certain midnight ride. We were on the verge of impending war with the British. The smell of fear and uncertainty lingered in the night air.
Paul Revere: Yes?
Grandson: Who are the British?