A boy goes to the doctor with high fever.
Doctor: Show me your tongue.
Boy: No, I wont show you my tongue.
Doctor: Why not?
Boy: I got punished in school just the other day for doing that.
Abhishek Das, Class VII, Sri Aurobindo Vidyamandir, Chandernagore
Customer: Why is this tea so cold?
Waiter: Because this is Darjeeling tea.
Rishab Agarwal, Class VII, Calcutta Boys School, Calcutta
Teacher: Class, write a letter to your friend and then draw an envelope with the address.
Pinky: Finished, maam.
Teacher: But you have drawn only the envelope. Wheres the letter?
Pinky: Inside the envelope.
Chayan Deep Batra, Class III, St Augustines Day School, Calcutta
Sonu comes home from his first day in school.
Mother: What did you learn in school today?
Sonu: Not enough. I have to go back tomorrow.
Subham Saha, Class VII, Burnpur Riverside School, Asansol
Question: Whats an 8-letter word that has only one letter in it?
Answer: An envelope.
Namrata Dewanjee, Class II, St Teresas Secondary School, Kidderpore
Teacher: Johnny, did you hear all that I said about growing mangoes?
Johnny: Yes, sir.
Teacher: Can you tell me which is the best time to pick mangoes?
Johnny: When the owner of the tree is fast asleep, I suppose.
Alisha Sarkar, Class V, St Thomas High School, Kidderpore
Dibyendu: Ajoy, why are you standing in front of the mirror with a puzzled expression on your face?
Ajoy: I am trying to remember where Ive seen that face before.
Tanmoy Sengupta, Class VIII, K.T.P.P. High School, Mecheda, Midnapore East
Customer: Do you keep brown sugar?
Grocer: No. We usually throw it away when it gets dirty.
Rashmi Kundu, Class VI, Loreto Convent, Entally
Father: When I was your age, I could name all the Presidents of India.
Son: But there must have been only a couple of Presidents back then.
Rituparna Das, Class VII, Holy Child Institute, Calcutta
Ramlal: Raghu, its a matter of shame that your father is a teacher, yet your brother Babu cant read a word.
Raghu: So what? Your father is a dentist, but your baby brother does not have a single tooth.
Nilutpal Dutta, Class VIII, Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Guwahati