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Sandbox

Just after lunchtime, one afternoon in the kindergarten, little pre-schooler Susie trundles back into the classroom from the playground. The teacher asks young Susie what she did during her break. "Well, I played in the sandbox," she says. The teacher replies, "If you can spell sand, I'll give you a fresh-baked cookie." Susie thinks for a second, says, "s, a, n, em, d... sand!" then gets her cookie.

At this point young Billy comes in and teacher asks what he did. "I played in the sandbox with Susie," he says. "If you can spell sand, I'll give you a cookie," the teacher says. So Billy does and gets his cookie as well.

Then little fat kid Kenny waddles in, and teacher asks what he's been up to during his lunch hour. Kenny sobs, "Well, I wanted to play in the sandbox with the others, but Billy and Susie threw rocks at me because I'm fat!" Horrified, the teacher says, "Well, that sounds like discrimination to me! If you can spell discrimination, I'll give you a cookie."

 

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