JOKE OF THE WEEK, 9 Jan 2017

Dietrich Fischer – TRANSCEND Media Service

A biology teacher wanted to warn his students about the harmful effects of alcohol.  He put a worm into a glass of water, and another into a glass of whiskey.  The one in water swam happily around, while the one in whisky curled up and sank dead to the bottom of the glass.

“What do you conclude?” he asked his class.  A student in the back row, who had never answered any question, raised his hand and said,

“If you drink whiskey, you don’t get any worms!”


A man came to the emergency room with both ears bandaged.  The doctor asked him what had happened.  He said, I was ironing, and suddenly the phone rang and by mistake I put the hot iron on my ear.

The doctor said, “I am sorry that happened to you, but what happened with your other ear?”

The man replied, “Well, I had to call the hospital.”


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