Humor #514

Two small county judges both got arrested for speeding on the same day. Rather than call the state Supreme Court for a visiting judge, each agreed to hear the other’s case.

The first judge took the bench while the second stood at the defendant’s table, and admitted his guilt. The sentencing judge immediately suspended both the fine and costs.

They switched places. The second judge admitted that he was speeding, too. Thereupon the first judge immediately fined him $250 and ordered him to pay court costs.

The second judge was furious. “I suspended your fine and costs, but you threw the book at me!”, he fumed. The first judge looked at him and replied, “This is the second such case we’ve had in here today. Someone has to get tough about all this speeding!” 

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An English teacher often wrote little notes on student essays. Often she worked late, and as the hours passed, her handwriting deteriorated.

One day a student came to her after class with an essay that had been returned. “I can’t make out this comment you wrote on my paper.” , he said

The teacher took the paper and, after studying it, sheepishly replied,

“It says that you should write more legibly!”

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The Blonde reported for her university final examination which consisted of “yes/no” type questions. She took her seat in the examination hall and stared at the question paper for five minutes.

In a fit of inspiration, she took her purse out, removed a coin and started tossing the coin and marking the answer sheet – Yes for Heads and No for Tails. Within half an hour she was all done, whereas the rest of the class was still sweating it out.

During the last few minutes, she was seen desperately throwing the coin, muttering and sweating. The moderator, alarmed, approached her and asked what was going on. Her reply was, “I finished the exam in half an hour, but I’m rechecking my answers.”

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 After our friends were married, they left the church and were disappointed to see that their car looked completely normal. No one had decorated it with “Just Married” signs or tin cans or balloons or anything at all.

“Disappointed” was not, however, the word used by the priest who married them.

His car was very similar in make, model, and color as the groom’s vehicle.

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