During this lesson, well it’s not really a lesson; I’m going to tell you some jokes. So, here’s one about the wide-mouthed frog. There was once, a wide-mouthed frog, who one day decided to leave his pond and explore the world. On the way he met a large four-legged black and white animal with two horns, and said:
Helloo, I’m the wide-mouthed frog. What are you, and what do you eat?
I’m a cow, and I eat grass. Oooh, is that so. That’s nice. Said the wide-mouthed frog The wide-mouthed frog then came to a huge bird with sharp talons and a curved beak, and the frog says: Helloo, I’m a wide-mouthed frog. What are you, and what do you eat? I’m an eagle, and I eat little birds
and mice. Oooh, is that so. That’s nice.
Next he came to another large four-legged creature, standing on its hind legs, with
sharp claws. Helloo, I’m a wide-mouthed frog. What are you, and what do you eat?
I’m a bear, and I eat honey. Ooh, is that so. That’s nice.
The wide-mouthed frog then reached a river where he met a long, slimy, green creature with huge jaws. Helloo, I’m a wide-mouthed frog, what are you, and what do you eat?
I’m an alligator and I eat wide-mouth frogs. Ooh, is that so. You don’t see many of those around here, do you? Then there’s the one about… Two cows are standing in a field.
One says to the other: Are you worried about the Mad Cow Disease? The other one says: No, It doesn’t worry me, I’m a duck! Quack! A teacher speaking to a student said: Billy,
name two pronouns. Billy who was sleeping, suddenly woke up, said: Who? Me?! An old teacher said today, we’re going to
talk about the tenses. Now, if I say: I’m good looking, which tense is it?
One of the students replied: Obviously it’s the past tense. What do you call a deer with no eyes?
No eyed deer. (no idea!) What do you call a dead deer with no eyes?
Still no eyed deer. (Still no idea!). And that’s the end of this lesson. “Lesson”!
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