JOKE OF THE WEEK, 26 Nov 2018
A student had just obtained his doctorate in mathematics and proudly checked into a small village hotel signing as “Dr. Smith”. In the middle of the night he was called to see a guest who was ill.
He protested, “But I am a doctor of Mathematics!” The hotel attendant pleaded, “I don’t care what your specialization is; just please come and help us!”
He never used his title in a hotel again.
At what time is your dentist appointment? At 2:30 (“tooth hurty”).
A man with a toothache went to see a dentist. The dentist examined him and said: “I will have to pull your tooth.”
“How much will it cost?” asked the man.
“Without pain, $10. With pain, $50.”
“OK,” the man said, “without pain then.”
The dentist got a plier and began to move the tooth back and forth to pull it out. “Ouch!!” screamed the patient.
This article originally appeared on Transcend Media Service (TMS) on 26 Nov 2018.
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