"I can always tell a graduate class from an undergraduate class," observed the instructor in one of my graduate engineering courses at California State University in Los Angeles.
"When I say, ‘Good afternoon,‘ the undergraduates respond, ‘Good afternoon." But the graduate students just write it down."
2、vacationing in hawaii, my husband and i went out to dinner one night at one of its finest restaurants - when presented with the check, my husband reached into his pocket for his wallet, but somehow lost his balance and fell over. as the people at the next table looked on in astonishment ‘he said, "the food was delicious-but wait till you get your bill!"在夏威夷度假时，一天晚上，丈夫和我去一家最好的饭店吃饭。当侍者拿来账单结账时，我丈夫把手伸进口袋掏钱包。但不知怎的，他失去了平衡，仰面摔倒了。在邻桌的人还在惊讶地望着他的时候，他说：“饭菜味道是很美----但也要等结了账再走呀。”
(1) hawaii n.夏威夷（岛）
(2) fall over落下；跌下
(3) astonishment n.惊诧
Julie was saying her bedtime prayers. "Please God," she said, "Make Naples the capital of Italy. Make Naples the capital of Italy."
Her mother interrupted and said, "Julie, why do you want God to make Naples the capital of Italy?"
And Julie replied, "Because that‘s what I put in my geography exam!"
A Sunday school teacher was telling her pupils the importance of making others glad. Now, children, said she, has anyone of you ever made someone else glad?Please, teacher, said a small boy, I‘ve made someone glad yesterday.Well done. Who was that?My granny.Good boy. Now tell us how you made your grand mother glad.Please, teacher, I went to see her yesterday, and stayed with her three hours. Then I said to her, ‘Granny, I‘m going home,’ and she said, ‘Well, I‘m glad’！
Mother: I left two pieces of cake in the cupboard this morning, Johnny, and now there is only one piece left. Can you explain that?Johnny: Well, I suppose it was so dark that I didn’t notice the other.
My infant daughter began crying as I drove home from the store, and since she was harnessed to her safety seat in the back, I couldn‘t console her. Stopping for a red light, I turned around and waved my hands, calling her name to distract her. I gave her my biggest smile and blew her a kiss. The sound of a horn from the car behind us prompted me to look up. The young man at the wheel was smiling broadly .He waved and then blew me a kiss.
Three pastors in the south were having lunch in a diner. One said, You know, since summer started I’ve been having trouble with bats in my loft（阁楼） and attic at church. I’ve tried everything----noise, spray, cats----nothing seems to scare them away.
Another said, Yes, me too. I’ve got hundreds living in my belfry（钟楼） and in the attic. I’ve been had the place fumigated（熏制） , and they still won’t go away.
The third said, I baptized（洗礼） all mine, and made them members of the church...haven’t seen one back since!
A judge asked our group of potential jurors whether anyone should be excused, and one man raised his hand.
"I can‘t hear out of my left ear," the man told the judge.
"Can you hear out of your right ear?" the judge asked. The man nodded his head.
"You‘ll be allowed to serve on the jury," the judge declared. "We only listen to one side of the case at a time."
A professor was giving a big test one day to his students. He handed out all of the tests and went back to his desk to wait.
Once the test was over the students all handed the tests back in. The professor noticed that one of the students had attached a $100 bill to his test with a note saying "A dollar per point."
The next class the professor handed the tests back out. This student got back his test and $64 change.
The little girl did not like the look of the barking dog.
"It‘s all right," said a gentleman, "don‘t be afraid. Don‘t you know the proverb: Barking dogs don‘t bite?"
"Ah, yes," answered the little girl. "I know the proverb, but does the dog know the proverb, too?"
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