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The Father: Truth Teller, The Mother: Aya granny, Daughter 1: Najma, Daughter 2: HNK.

Friday, March 04, 2005

The Start

Today we decided to make a blog for all the family, Me, najma, HNK and their mother.
This is how this blog is born.
the first post I chose is a joke, to bring us good luck.

Costly Test
A professor was giving a big test one day to his students.

He handed out all of the tests and went back to his desk to wait. Once the test was over the students all handed the tests back in.

The professor noticed that one of the students had attached a $100 bill to his test with a note saying, "A dollar per point."The next class the professor handed the tests back out.

This student got his test back and $64 change.

Truth teller


Blogger jemy said...

I have a joke along a similar topic:

To begin, I should explain that in American public universities there is a problem with some of the classes being very large. Sometimes over 300 students are in a class in a big auditorium. It used to be that big classes were around 90 students, and typical college classes were less than 30 students.

So here's the joke:

A student was taking Calculus at college. He was in a very large class, and his professor had strict rules and ran the class like it was a prison. It came time for final exams, and the professor told everyone they would have exactly one hour to complete the test. So the test began, and every five minutes, the professor would say "5 more minutes have passed, you have less than (50 minutes, 45 minutes... 40.. 35..) to complete the test." This was very distracting to the student. He couldn't concentrate because the professor kept talking so much.

So the hour passes and the professor tells everyone to put down their pencils. Everyone does so except for the student. Then all the other students turn in their papers. It takes nearly half an hour, there are so many students in the class.

The professor looks up and the other student is still hard at work. The professor goes to his office and a few minutes later the student shows up with his test. The professor says "I'm sorry, you didn't follow the directions. You fail this class, I'll see you again next semester."

The student says "Do you know who I am?"
The professor is very surprised, "Excuse me?"
The student says again, angry "Do you know who I am?"
The professor is now angry himself. "No, young man, I don't know who you are. Nor do I really care."

The student says "That's what I thought."

He lifts up the huge stack of test papers, and hides his test in the middle of them. With a smile, he walks right out.

3/06/2005 02:47:00 PM

Blogger Jan said...

I read the blogs of Hnk and aunt Najma, the are my favorites, so naturel, and I read about the mother and father. You must be fantastic parents. It's real good that you all are united in one blog.

I wish you a lot of succes with the blog.

Jan from the Netherlands

3/07/2005 01:47:00 PM

Blogger just me said...

Welcome to "Aya Granny", I'm anxiously awaiting your first post. I've been reading the rest of your family's blogs for some time now and I've been wishing you would post also. I'm a middle aged grandmother from the U.S., with one son on his way home from Iraq, and I'm interested to hear your perspective of the situation in Iraq.

3/07/2005 09:01:00 PM

Blogger Gryfen said...

So much seriousness and so many dark thoughts these days....here's another test joke:

It was the last day of class, and the final exam.

The professor called time, and a student put down his pencil and began to gather his things. When he’d gotten all his stuff together, he went up to the professors desk to hand in the exam. He was the last student to get his things together, and there was already a large stack of exam papers piled up.

The professor raises his hands and says; "I'm sorry, you're too late, you've failed".

The student asks the professor; "excuse me, but do you have any idea who I am?"

Thinking that the student was going to try to raise a fuss about how important his family is, the professor sighs and says "No, young man. I have absolutely no idea who you are, nor do I care."

Smiling, the student says "that's good". He lifts up a handful of exam papers....and slips his into the middle of the pile.

3/12/2005 06:17:00 AM


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