Laugh it out my people as we trail down the happenings in Nigerian primary schools… Welcome to the laughter junction where your sorrows and HBP are laughed away and melted into joy.
You are advised to share this story with your friends to cure them too. Lolsssssssssssssssssssssss
LAUGH IT OUT – LAUGHTER ZONE
Once upon a time, it happened in a school you all know the name. On a special Tuesday morning, when our teacher taught
us a very interesting topic in English: comparatives and
Eg: Long – longer- longest
Big – bigger – biggest
Short – shorter – shortest
Fast – faster – fastest.
Our responses to her lesson gave her the confidence she has done her best and felt like showing off without consulting us.
So the next day, she came back with some special visitors to prove to them that we were wonderful pupils.
Then, she started;
Teacher: Children children????
Pupils: Yes aunty!!!1
Teacher: Can you remember what we learnt yesterday????
Pupils: Yes aunty!!!
Teacher: Now children recite what you just learnt yesterday… Let’s go this way…
Pupils: Long – longer – longest
Pupils: Big – bigger – biggest
Pupils: Short – Shorter – Shortest
Pupils: Fast – Faster – Fastest
Teacher: (was grateful and shouted happily)
Pupils: Good – gooder – goodest
Pupils: Stop – stopper – stoppest
Teacher: (already abashed) ENOUGH!!!
Pupils: Enough – enougher – enoughest
Teacher: Chim o!
Pupils: Chim o – Chimooer – chimooest
Pupils: Chai – chaier – chaiest
Pupils: Olodo – olodoer – oloodoest.
Teacher fainted!!!And was rushed to the hospital by the special visitors…
The pupils are still confused till now on why their teacher fainted…
Notice: Please don’t laugh too much oo. And don’t laugh alone and make sure you pass it on and make other people happy.
Advice for the Day: Pride goes before a fall… Be warned.