A three-year old put his shoes on by himself. His mother noticed
the left shoe was on the right foot. She said, “Son, your shoes are on the wrong feet.” He looked up at her with a raised brow and said, “Don’t kid me, Mom. I KNOW they’re my feet.”
On the first day of school, the Kindergarten teacher said, “If anyone
has to go to the bathroom, hold up two fingers.” A little voice from the back of the room asked, “How will that help?”
A mother and her young son returned from the grocery store and began
putting away the groceries. The boy opened the box of animal crackers and spread them all over the table. “What are you doing?” his mother asked. “The box says you can’t eat them if the seal is broken,” the boy explained. “I’m looking for the seal.”
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