Doctor: Did you get that scar when you were on the football team? Patient: No, doctor. I got it when the football team was on me.
Salauddin Kader Robel, Class VII, J.N.V. School, Khowai, West Tripura
Question: What did the gangsters son tell his dad when he failed his examination?
Answer: Dad, they questioned me for three hours but I did not utter a word.
Sampanna Chatterjee, Class IV, Vivekananda Mission School, Calcutta
Question: What is the hardest thing to beat? Answer: A drum with a hole in it.
Zainab Iqbal, Class V, Loreto Day School, Calcutta
Shivangi is drawing a picture of her headmaster and suddenly cuts the portrait into three pieces. Aushree: Why did you cut the portrait into pieces?
Shivangi: Because I wanted to make a few masterpieces.
Urbi Chatterjee, Class V, Carmel Convent High School, Durgapur
A man was busy removing a wheel from his auto.
Passer-by: Why are you removing the wheel?
Man: Cant you see? This place has parking only for two-wheelers.
Rajat Agarwal, Class VIII, Delhi Public School, Siliguri
Man: Doctor, doctor, I think I need glasses.
Shopkeeper: You certainly do, sir. This is a stationery.
Srijeeta Bag, Class VI, Calcutta Girls High School, Calcutta
Woman: Yesterday, the milk you sold me curdled while I was boiling it. What do you have to say?
Milkman: My cow must have been eating lemons on the sly.
Pankaj Kumar Hajjum, Class VII, Bidya Teertha Academy, Calcutta
Rani: Mom! Raju has broken my doll.
Mom: How did he do that?
Rani: I hit him on the head with it.
Nikhil Agarwal, Class VII, Delhi Public School, Siliguri
Police officer: I will have to fine you Rs 50 for breaking the window pane.
Boy: Okay, but you have to give me change for Rs 500.
Police officer: I dont have change, but you can break nine more windows.
Koustav Sen, Class VII, Assembly of God Church School, Calcutta
Question: What wobbles as it flies? Answer: A jelly-copter.
Uttama Paul, Class V, M.H.M. School, Calcutta
Question: Whats red, full of seeds and looks like half a tomato?
Answer: The other half of a tomato.
Baibaswata Bhaduri, Class VIII, Jenkins School, Cooch Behar