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Cebu Daily News - - OPINION -

CHRIST­MAS BLUES

How is Christ­mas like your job? You do all the work and the fat guy in the suit gets all the credit.

FARMER’S NAMES

Ge­orge, the farmer, had so many chil­dren that he ran out of names. So he started call­ing his kids af­ter some­thing around his farm.

It was the first day of Septem­ber and the first day the chil­dren had gone to their new school. The teacher greeted the chil­dren and asked each child their name.

When he got to one of the farmer Ge­orge’s sons, the boy replied, “Wagon Wheel.”

The teacher said, ‘I need your real name boy, to which the lad replied, “It’s Wagon Wheel, sir .... Re­ally.’

The teacher, rather an­noyed re­joined, “All right young man, take your­self right down to the Prin­ci­pal’s of­fice this minute.”

The young­ster pushed him­self out of his chair, turned to his sis­ter and said, “C’mon, ‘Chicken Feed,’ he ain’t gonna be­lieve you, ei­ther.”

FER­TIL­IZ­ERS AND STRAW­BER­RIES

A farmer was driv­ing along the road with a load of fer­til­izer. A lit­tle boy, play­ing in front of his house, saw him and called, “What’ve you got in your truck?” “Fer­til­izer,” the farmer replied. “What are you go­ing to do with it?” asked the lit­tle boy “Put it on straw­ber­ries,” an­swered the farmer.

“You ought to live here,” the lit­tle boy ad­vised him. “We put sugar and cream on ours.” Source: Joke of the Day.com, Laugh­fac­tory.com

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