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Rahul: I’m not going back to school again.

Mother: Why not?

Rahul: It’s our maths teacher. On Wednesday she said five and five make 10. Yesterday she said seven and three make 10. And today she said six and four make 10. I’m not going back until she makes up her mind.

FATEMA SAYEED, Class VII, Loreto Day School, Dharamtalla, Calcutta

Father: I’d like some vitamins for my son.

Shop assistant: Vitamin A, B, C or D?

Father: Any will do. My son doesn’t know the alphabet yet.

MAHESH AGARWAL, Class VIII, St Joseph’s School, North Point, Darjeeling

Question: Why do cows have bells?

Answer: Because their horns don’t work.

NAMAN PRASAD, Class VII, De Nobili School, Dhanbad

Teacher: Do you know anything about Napoleon?

Student: Yes, that he’s dead.

ADITI SHAH, Class VI, St Thomas Girls’ School, Calcutta

Question: What comes first, chicken or egg?

Answer: Whichever you order first!

SUBHAM AGRAWAL, Class III, Nopani School, Calcutta

Two rich women were talking.

1st woman: I recently bought a bed that belonged to Napoleon and Josephine

2nd woman: Oh! You buy second hand furniture!

NIDHI SINGH, Class VIII, Caesar School, Malbazar, Jalpaiguri

After a surgery...

Doctor: I have to operate upon you once more.

Patient: Why?

Doctor: I’m afraid I have left a pair of gloves inside your body.

Patient: You don’t have to operate upon me once again. I’ll pay you for your gloves.

SRITAMA SEN, Class VI, Delhi Public School, New Town, Calcutta

Mother: What did you learn in school today?

Son: The teacher taught us to write.

Mother: And what did you learn to write?

Son: I don’t know. She hasn’t taught us to read yet.

AASHRAY LATH, Class IV, Assembly of God Church School, Purulia

Teacher: I hope I didn’t see you looking at Fred’s test paper.

Pupil: I hope you didn’t see me either!

MANAV MIRCHANDANI, Class VIII, La Martiniere for Boys, Calcutta

Rani: I have the most perfect son in the world. He never lies, never disobeys his parents and never comes home late.

Rohan: Oh! How old is he?

Rani: He will be six months old next Wednesday.

TAHAA AHMED, Class VII, Seventh Day Adventist Senior Secondary School, Calcutta

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