In England nobody under the age of eighteen is allowed to drink in a public bar.
Mr.Thompson used to go to a bar near his house quite often，but he never took his son，Tom，because he was too young.Then when Tom had his eighteenth birthday，Mr.Thompson took him to his usual bar for the first time.They drank for half an hour，and then Mr.Thompson said to his son，"Now，Tom，I want to teach you a useful lesson.You must always be careful not to drink too much.And how do you know when you've had enough?Well，I'll tell you.Do you see those two lights at the end of the bar?When they seem to have become four，you've had enough and should go home."
"But，Dad，"said Tom，"I can only see one light at the end of the bar."
One day a visitor from the city came to a small rural area to drive around the country roads, see how the farms looked, and perhaps to see how farmers earned their living. The city man saw a farmer in his yard, holding a pig up in his hands, and lifting it so that the pig could eat apples from an apple tree. The city man said to the farmer," I see that your pig likes apples, but isn't that quite a waste of time?" The farmer replied," What's time to a pig?"
Teacher: Here are two birds, one is a swallow, the other is sparrow. Now who can tell us which is which?
Student: I cannot point out but I know the answer.
Teacher: Please tell us.
Student: The swallow is beside the sparrow and the sparrow is beside the swallow.
2.The Fish Net
Can you tell me what fish net is made, Ann?
A lot of little holes tied together with strings. replied the little girl.
双语笑话：The New Teacher 新老师
George comes from school on the first of September.
George, how did you like your new teacher? asked his mother.
I didn't like her, Mother, because she said that three and three were six and then she said that two and four were six too.....
A physics Examination
Once in a physics examination, Nick finished the first question very soon, while his classmates were thinking it hard.The question was: When it thunders why do we see the lightening first, then hear the thunder rolls? Nick's answer: Because our eyes are before ears.