Blood Circulation

JOKE OF THE WEEK, 19 Oct 2015

Dietrich Fischer – TRANSCEND Media Service

A biology teacher was giving a lesson on blood circulation. To give a demonstration, he stood on his head. Blood accumulated in his head, he got all red in the face.

Then he stood back onto his feet, and asked the class, “Why does the blood accumulate in my head when I stand on my head, but not in my feet when I stand on my feet?”

A little boy stretched his hand and answered triumphantly, “Because your feet are not empty.”

 

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