A college student wanted to sit next to his teacher

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A college student wanted to sit next to one of his teachers at lunch.

However, the teacher looked at the student with an arrogant face and said, “A swan will not be friends with a pig.”

“Then I shall fly on,” answered the student with a smile.

The teacher was clearly angry by the cheeky response and decided to do everything in his power to fail the student.

On the oral exam, he asked the student the hardest questions, but the student had amazing answers to everything.

Therefore, hoping he could still fail his victim, the teacher asked him a trickier question, ‘You’re walking on a road and you find two bags. One contains gold, the other cleverness. Which bag do you choose?’

‘The gold.’ the student answered.

“Unfortunately, I don’t agree. I would choose cleverness because that is more important than money. ‘

“Everyone would choose what they don’t have.” said the student.

The teacher turns red, and he’s so angry he writes “a$s” on the student’s paper.

The student leaves without looking at the paper.

However, he returns shortly, gives back his paper, and says, “Excuse me, sir, you signed my paper, but you forgot to give me my grade!’

LOL!!

Hope this joke will make you smile! Have a nice day!!

Teacher Addresses A Student.

The teacher addresses a student and asks him: “How many kidneys do we have?”

“Four!,” The backbencher student responds.

“Four? Haha.”

The teacher was one of those who took pleasure in picking on his students’ mistakes and demoralizing them.

“Bring a bundle of grass, because we have a donkey in the room,” the teacher orders a frontbencher.”

“And for me a coffee!”, the backbencher student added.

The teacher was angry and kicked the student out of the room.

Leaving the class, the student still had the audacity to correct the furious teacher: “You asked me how many kidneys‘ we have.”

“We have four: two of mine and two of yours. ‘We have’ is an expression used for the plural. Enjoy the grass.”

LOL!!

Life demands much more understanding than knowledge.

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