Jokes - Have a hearty Laugh !
Jokes are always entertaining provided they are not at the expense of any one and are general. The illustrious scholors and professors are known for their wit and humour. I am sharing a few anecdotes with you and please have a good laugh.
George Bernard Shaw was walking on a narrow lane in the London suburbs when he saw a poor farmer coming towards him from the opposite direction. One of them had to get closer to the side wall to let the other pass. Bernard Shaw, not in his finest of moods, barked “I don’t give way to fools!”. The farmer politely stepped aside to let him pass saying, “I do Sir.” Well that is what I call a good repartee! Adroitness and cleverness in reply, not necessarily abusive or even sarcastic.
Freedom - Boundaries
After the end of American Civil war and the country settled down into a peaceful state everyone was enjoying the fruits of Freedom. A young american walking on the street with a walking stick in his hand, kept swinging the stick. A professor walking behind him found the movement of the stick very annoying as it almost touched him every time he swung..He asked the man to stop doing it to which he replied, "Hey Man I got freedom, I can do what I please, you know". The professor said,"Indeed, you have all the freedom you want but Your freedom stops where my nose begins"
Whole Number Vs Fraction
A professor seeing an unruly student driving a motorbike dangerously on the road said to him to be careful. The student replied," It is ok, after all the population would get reduced by one if anything happened to me, right". The professor said,"It is alright if it gets reduced by a whole number but imagine what will happen if it were to get reduced by a Fraction!".
Talking - Mathematically
A student appealed to the Maths Professor for rectifying an error in his Scholorship payments.The Mathematics professor flew into a rage for disturbing him at work and said,
Please do not ADD to my woes
By MULTIPLYING the problems
DIVIDING the students in to groups
For an erroneous SUBTRACTION of
Additional instalment of your
monthly scholorship entitlement.