On the first day of grade three, Little Johnnie’s teacher asked the students to count to 50. Many of them did very well, some getting as high as 37. But Little Johnnie did extremely well; he made it to 100 with only three mistakes. At home he told his Dad how well he had done.
Dad told him, “That’s because you are from Newfoundland, son.”
The next day, in language class, the teacher asked students to recite the alphabet. Some
made it to the letter “k” with only one mistake, but Little Johnnie outdid them again. He made
it all the way through, missing only the letter “m”.
That evening he once again brought his Dad up to date and Dad explained to him,
“That’s because you are from Newfoundland, son.”
The next day, after Physical Education, the boys were taking showers. Little Johnnie noted that,
compared to the other boys in his grade, he seemed overly well endowed. This confused him.
That night, he asked his Dad, “Dad, they all have little tiny ones, but mine
is ten times bigger than theirs. Is that because I’m from Newfoundland?”
“No, son,” explained Dad. “That’s because you’re 28.”
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