Teja: That lawyer friend of my father is really crazy.
Vishal: Why do you say that?
Teja: He writes a 10,000-word document and calls it a brief.
Shubhranshu Nayak, Class VIII, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Fort William, Calcutta
Rounak: What did a big chimney say to the smaller one?
Ayan: I dont know.
Rounak: You are too young to smoke.
Rounak Santra, Class VI, Disari Public School, Haldia, West Bengal
A man calls an electrician to repair the doorbell. After five days, the man rings up the electrician.
Man: Why did you not come?
Electrician: I have been coming everyday. I ring the bell but no one opens the door.
Sudipto Mondol, Class VIII, Hem Sheela Model School, Durgapur, West Bengal
John: Five ants went out looking for food. They found sweets. Four of them attacked the sweets. One was crying in the corner. Why?
Tom: He has diabetes.
Jimmy, Class VIII, Catholic School, Canchipur, Manipur
Customer: Do you keep brown sugar?
Grocer: No. We usually throw it away when it gets dirty.
Nandini Singh, Class VII, Bhatpara Taraknath Balika Vidyamandir, Bhatpara, West Bengal
A man takes his son to a school seeking admission.
Principal: I am sorry we cannot take you in. There are no more seats left.
Boy: You dont have to worry about that, sir. My father is a carpenter and he will make a seat for me.
Tryambak Dasgupta, Class VII, Aditya Academy (Secondary), Calcutta
Billu: When does a don become a fool?
Paltu: Thats simple. When the don carries a key with him. Then he becomes a donkey.
Anisha Sarkar, Class VI, Mobarakpur Colony High School, Nadia, West Bengal
Boy: Doctor, my grandma refuses to take medicines as they are bitter.
Doctor: Thats not a problem. Just insert the medicines in some sweets and give her the sweets.
The boy does as he is told. After two days he goes to her.
Boy: I am glad you liked the sweets and have eaten them all.
Grandma: The sweets were lovely. But I didnt like those small seeds in them and I removed them.
Naman Dalmia, Class VII, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Calcutta
In an aeroplane, Pappu suddenly got up and shouted.
Pappu: Hi Jack!
People panicked and some started crying.
After a few moments, a young man responded.
Jack: Hi Pappu!
Niharika Singh, Class VIII, Delhi Public School, Duliajan , Assam