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Kids (adults) say the Funniest things!

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  1. Internationalteacher

    Internationalteacher Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    Sometimes one of my little students says something that really makes me laugh. It happens quite frequently. I'll have to post them as they happen. Sometimes adults (if you teach them), also say funny things. Feel free to post your own.

    I put up some halloween decorations yesterday in my classroom, and I have a huge plastic skull hanging behind my door. So, today one boy says to me .... 'Wow, is that a real skull?" :-)
    I paused for a moment and said, "yes, it is!" He just looked at me with a puzzled look on his face, and some of the other students that were listening started laughing. The look on his face was priceless.

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    Internationalteacher Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    I'm surprised there are not more funny stories out there of things kids/adults say.

    So these past few weeks we have been learning about adjectives to describe things and people. Each student had to think and write down four adjectives to describe themselves and then draw a picture of themselves. Most students wrote words like kind, beautiful, smart, fast, etc. One boy writes 'rich', and then I said to him, "Are you rich?" His friend sitting next to him says, "Oh yes, ______ is rich because he has all the biggest and best lego toys out there." :)

    :celebrate2
     
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    sirchai Well-Known Member

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    An adult one. I had gate duty at my former school with a Thai science teacher who all in a sudden started:

    "I am a toilet." :pity

    ( She's actually pressing her legs together, so I assumed she needed to go to the toilet) My answer to it was: "Sit down, please." ( But I did tell her afterwards what she said and we had a good and long laugh.)
     
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    sirchai Well-Known Member

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    Let a photo speak....only for people 18 +

    The damn shoe.jpg
     
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    sirchai Well-Known Member

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    I think my Thai wife is considered an adult being 44, but not yet really sure......

    Last week she's asking me if I'd like to eat some wine. I wasn't aware of buying a bottle somewhere and Thais, in general, aren't specialists knowing what a good wine should taste like.

    Awaiting a nice surprise in form of a good bottle of wine she gave me some tiny grapes.....:fishwack
     
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    Internationalteacher Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    ^Haha, that's cute.

    I had a little boy ask me where I was from. When I told him, he then asked, "Do you speak Canada there?"

    :yes
     
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    sirchai Well-Known Member

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    An adult one from Thailand...............:cursing


    Do you speak English?

    A little.

    How much?

    Two thousand for short time. :laughing5
     

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