Humor

Pun-ography, Round Seven

In case you were wondering, the list is ENDless! … We’re not getting anywhere in geometry class. It feels like we’re going in circles. Little Jimmy told his teacher he never saw a humming bird but he had watched a spelling bee. We’ll never run out of math students because they always multiply. Studying fungus…

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Pun-ography, Round Six

Into every life, a little humor must fall… Math is a mystery.  The equation 2n+2n is 4n to me. When the school electricity went off during a storm, the students were de-lighted. I always prayed before my trig tests. I was hoping for a sine from above. When fish are in schools they sometimes take…

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Pun-ography, Round Five

If you’re enjoying these, the idea came to me from an email sent by Gla Spayde … my former T.A. of 15 years. A rule of grammar: Double negatives are a no-no. He said I was average, but he was just being mean. My student was late for class, claiming he was in the washroom.…

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Pun-ography, Round Four

Giggle, giggle, chuckle, chuckle….. Skipping school to bungee jump will get you suspended. I’ve failed math so many times I’ve lost count. I wondered why my geometry class was tired. They were all out of shape. I used to hate math but then I realized decimals have a point.

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Pun-ography, Round Three

Can’t get enough of these puns! I was kicked out of math class for one too many infractions. It wasn’t school he disliked. It was just the principal of it. (He certainly didn’t attend OUR schools!) I didn’t understand the math problem, so the teacher summed it up for me. I hate math, however I’m…

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Pun-ography, Round Two!

I hope you all enjoyed that last round.  Here’s more! Old math teachers never die, they just become irrational. Teachers taking attendance are absent-minded. The math teacher was a good dancer. He had algorithm. He wears glasses during math because it improves division.

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Pun-ography!

Everyone needs a little jocularity to get through the day.  Hope you get a chuckle out of these! Did you hear about the cross-eyed teacher who lost her job?  She couldn’t control her pupils. Broken pencils are pointless. Old teachers never die they just become class-less Old principals never die, they just lose their faculties.

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It’s a Mystery…Get it?

If you haven’t read Jackie Papandrew on Facebook, you’re in for a treat.  She’s hysterical!  This photo courtesy of this witty writer!

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