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Rahul: What is the longest piece of furniture in the school?

Rohit: The multiplication table.

Argho Chakraborty, Class IV, St Joseph’s Convent High School, Chittaranjan, Burdwan


Question: Why is it hard for leopards to hide?

Answer: Because they are always ‘spotted’.

Namrata Bagchi, Class VIII, Apeejay School, Salt Lake, Calcutta


Teacher: Raju, name any two animals living in the polar region.

Raju: Polar bear, Sir.

Teacher: And what about naming another animal from the region, Raju?

Johnny: Well, it’s the polar bear’s wife, Sir.

Nikhil Agarwal, Class VII, Delhi Public School, Siliguri


Question: What do you call an underwater spy?

Answer: We call him James Pond!

Nihal Prakash, Class VIII, La Martiniere for Boys, Calcutta


Rhea: What clothing does a house wear?

Neha: Address.

Asmita Sengupta, Class VIII, South Point High School, Calcutta


Question: What did the computer do at lunch time?

Answer: It had a byte.

Somdeb Sengupta, Class VIII, Lycee, Calcutta


Teacher: What’s the longest word in the English language ?

Pupil: Smiles, because there is a mile between the first and the last letters!

Manav Mirchandani, Class VIII, La Martiniere for Boys, Calcutta


Dad: How was your exam, son?

Son: Excellent, dad. I forgot the answer to Question 1, left out Question 3 because I was in a hurry to finish, did not know the answer to Question 4 and did not see Question 5.

Dad: What about Question 2?

Son: That is the only one which went wrong.

Aditi Ganatra, Class VIII, Our Lady Queen Of The Missions School, Park Circus, Calcutta


Physics teacher to Mini,

Teacher: What is the unit of power?

Mini: What?

Teacher: That’s excellent, Mini. You are absolutely right. It is ‘watt’.

Rohan Prasad, Class VII, Central Modern School, Baranagar, Calcutta


Mohan: Suppose you missed bus Number 44, what would you do to get home?

Ram: Oh, I would simply take bus Number 22 twice.

Soumyadeep Mandal, Class VIII, Garia Vidya Bhavan (South) School, Calcutta


Soham: There’s one thing no one in my school can do.

Mother: Really! What’s that?

Soham: Only I can read my handwriting.

Koustav Sen, Class VII, Assembly of God Church School, Tollygunge , Calcutta

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