Teachers Says To Little Johnny.

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Johnny,” says the teacher,

“what’s the first thing your father does in the morning?”

“He takes a shit, sir,” says Johnny.

“Oh,” says the teacher,

” and what does your father do for a living?”

“He’s a bricklayer,” says Johnny.

The teacher thinks, hmm, working-class, what else can you expect?

“Bobby,” says the teacher,

“what’s the first thing your father does in the morning?”

“He takes a sh!t, sir,” says Bobby.

“Hmm,” says the teacher, “and what does your father do for a living?”

“He’s a joiner,” says Johnny.

The teacher sees this as confirming his suspicions about the lack of linguistic skills among working-class children.

“Freddy,” he says.

“What does your father do for a living?”

“He’s a lawyer, sir” says Freddy.

“And what’s the first thing your father does in the morning?”

“He reads The Times, sir,” says Freddy.

“Interesting,” says the teacher,

” and how much time does he spend reading the paper?”

“Not long,” says Freddy,

“just until he’s finished taking a sh!t.”