A little joke on a regular day

P.S. Yes, that is serious :scream: :scream_cat:

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A bit NSFW because... language... Little Johnny being Little Johnny

Little Johnny was doing his math homework. He said to himself, ‟Two plus five, that son of a bitch is seven. Three plus six, that son of a bitch is nine.”

His mother heard what he was saying and gasped, ‟What are you doing?”

The little boy answered, ‟I am doing my math homework.”

‟ And this is how your teacher taught you to do it?” the mother asked. ‟Yes,” he answered.

Infuriated, the mother called Little Johnny’s teacher the next day, ‟What are you teaching my son in class?”

The teacher replied, ‟Right now, we’re learning addition.” The mother asked, ‟And are you teaching them to say two plus two, that son of a bitch is four?”

After the teacher stopped laughing, she answered, ‟What I taught them was, two plus two, the sum of which is four.”

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:eu: :gun: :infinity:

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Don’t threaten me with good time! :rofl:

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i read comments from link … :rofl: No think Europe be that lucky

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Go ahead Zuckerberg, grow some balls! :rofl:

btw what exactly is the threat?

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He’ll grow a tail before he grows a pair of balls.

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little fun

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Here is my translation of a nice little poem by Dobriša Cesarić, one of the greatest Croatian poets:

The Parrot

The parrot screeches, with a voice most merry:
Hello, Harry!
Hello, Harry!
Hello, Harry!
This greeting brings uneasiness and dismay:
It’s been seven years since Harry passed away.


The original in Croatian

Papiga

Papiga krešti (ako čujem pravo):
Marine, zdravo!
Marine, zdravo!
Marine, zdravo!
Taj pozdrav u srcu budi tjeskobu,
Marin je već sedam godina u grobu.

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That was uplifting! :smiley:

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Even though he was treated by the entire clinic,
he died! What a cynic!

(also by Cesarić)

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OIP

So how can we describe a ruler and a rocker ?

:slightly_smiling_face:

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This reminds me of this type of jokes:

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I found that joke on school books solution manual website advertisement.

But I don’t got the point of using this joke for their advertisement.
:sweat_smile:

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Actually the jokes which we hear or find in my country are mostly in Hindi (हिन्दी) or regional languages, so translating it into English will remove the essence of the humor involved.

Since you’re a connoisseur of fine maths, here is the shortest calculus joke ever:

Let ε < 0…

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