Are Children Innocent or Naughty? Why did the Lady Teacher Cry?


Compiled by London swaminathan

Post No.2233

Date: 10  October 2015

Time uploaded in London: 22-13

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Teachers and Class rooms

In the classroom the lady teacher was trying, without success, to quell what looked like a small riot. The principal was passing through the hall, stopped and what all the noise was about.

The pretty young teacher was almost in tears. “I was explaining the students the difference between the concrete and abstract, stating that abstract is something you can’t see, and concrete is something you can see. Then I asked James to give me an illustration.

“My pants are concrete. Yours are abstract, he answered”.

The principal, attempting to repress a smile, helped the teacher restore order to her class, and then, going into the hall, finally gave vent to the laughter he could no longer restrain.


Children are Innocent

The day of a big snowstorm, the country school teacher felt called upon to warn her students against playing too long in the snow. She said, “Now, children, you must be careful about colds and over exposure. I had a darling little brother only seven years old. One day he went out in the snow with his new sled and caught cold. Pneumonia set in and three days later he died.”

The room was silent and then a youngster in the back row raised his hand asked, “Where is his sled?.”


In English class a small boy was told to write an essay about King Alfred, but was warned not to elaborate overly much on the family story of the cakes. The boy delivered his essay which, after summing up the chief historical facts, concluded with, “There is another incident in King Alfred’s life. One day he visited a house where a certain woman lived – and the less said about that, the better.”


bhadravathy sai school

Too beautiful to describe!!

When the pupils are assigned the task of writing an essay on “the most beautiful I ever saw”, the least aesthetic young man in the class handed in his paper first with astonishing speed. It was short and to the point –“The most beautiful thing I ever saw was too beautiful for words.”


Stack of One Hundred Dollar Bills U.S.

Stack of One Hundred Dollar Bills U.S.

Million Dollar Question!!

Given the assignment of writing a composition about what they would do if they had a million dollars, all of the children in the class except Willy were busily writing away.

The teacher, becoming of his aware of his idleness, said severely, “Willy, don’t you know that you are supposed to tell what you would do if you had a million dollars?”

“Well”, said the boy, lazily leaning back on his chair, “this is exactly what I would do if I had a million dollars.”