relative pronouns - jokes

relative pronouns - jokes - A pessimist is a man who thinks...

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A pessimist is a man who thinks all momen are bad. An optimist hopes so. A prophet is a man that foresees trouble. A pessimist is a man who looks round for the coffin when he smells flowers. A pedestrian is a man who has a car and whose son is back home from college. A teacher is someone who talks in other people’s sleep. A striptease dancer is a girl who has everything and who shows it. A theologian is a blind man in a dark room who is searching for a black cat which is not there - and he finds it. A tree is an object that will stand in one place for years and then jump in front of the car of a lady driver. Mistakes don’t care who they happen to. Conscience is the little voice that tells us that someone may be looking. Teachers are people that help us solve problems that we would not have otherwise. When Churchill met Stalin at Yalta they discussed their hobbie: Churchill: I collect the jokes that people tell about me. Stalin: That’s funny, I collect the people who tell jokes about me. Amusement is the happiness of the people that cannot think. Jesus loves you, which proves he has a good sense of humour. An optimist is someone who thinks the future is uncertain. An alcoholic is a person who drinks more than his or her doctor.
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