A teacher is telling her students the importance of making others glad. “Now, children,” she says“Did you make someone else glad?”
“Please, teacher,” says a small boy, “I made someone glad yesterday.”
“Well done. Who was that?” The teacher says.
“My granny.” The boy says.
“Good boy. Now tell us how you made your grandmother glad.” The teacher says.
“I went to see her yesterday, and stayed with her for three hours. Then I said to her, 'Granny, I'm going home.' And she said, 'well. I'm glad!‘”
A teacher is telling his students, “The moon is very large. Several millions people can live there.”
And a boy laughs and says, “It must get crowded when it's a crescent moon.”
I Don’t Want to Walk Home
Tom is a very old man. After dinner, he likes walking in the street. And he goes to bed at seven o’clock.
But tonight, a car stopped at his house. A policeman helps him get out. He tells Tom’s wife, “The old man couldn’t find his way in the street. He asked me to take him in the car.”
After the policeman leaves there, his wife asks, “Tom, you go to the street every night. But tonight you can’t find the way, what’s the matter?”
The old man smiles like a child and says, “I couldn’t find my way? I didn’t want to walk home.”