|Teacher: What is the plural of mouse?|
Teacher: Good. Now what is the plural of baby?
|Teacher (sternly): Pappu, where's your homework?|
Pappu: My dog ate it.
Teacher: I've been a teacher for 18 years. Do you really expect me to believe that?
Pappu: It's true, Ma'm! I swear. I had to force him, but he ate it!
|Teacher: It's clear that you haven't studied your geography lessons. What's your excuse?|
Pappu: Well, my dad says the world is changing every day. So I decided to wait until it settles down!
|"Mum", yelled Pappu from the kitchen, "You know that dish you were always worried that I would break?"|
Jeeto: Yes dear, what about it?
Pappu: Well your worries are over.
|Pappu: Dad, can you write in the dark?|
Santa: I think so. What is it you want me to write?
Pappu: Your name on this report card.
|Pappu: Ma'm, I want to go to the toilet.|
Teacher: I want to hear A-Z from you before I let you go.
Pappu: ABCDEFGHIJKLMN_ _QRS_UVWX_Z!
Teacher: Where is P, O, T, Y?
Pappu: In my shorts.
"Hey, Mom," asked Pappu, "Can you please give me 100 bucks?"
"Certainly not!" answered Jeeto.|
"If you do," Pappu went on, "I'll tell you what dad said to the maid, when you were at the beauty saloon."
His mother's ears perked up and grabbing her purse, she handed over the money. "Well? what did he say?" "He said, 'Hey Meera, make sure you wash my handkerchief properly.'"
|Pappu: Our teacher has a bad memory.|
Jeeto: How come?
Pappu: For 3 days, she asked us how much is 6 and 6.
We told her it was 12.
She still doesn't know.
Today she asked us again!
|Santa: Let me see your report card.|
Pappu: I don't have it.
Santa: Why not?
Pappu: My friend just borrowed it.
He wants to scare his parents.
|Teacher: When was Rome built?|
Pappu: At night.
Teacher: How can you say that?
Pappu: Because my dad always says that Rome wasn't built in a day!