What a story!
Daniel, aged 4, returned from Sunday school with a new amusing Christmas story about the Three Wise Men of the East. They ___BROUGHT___ gifts to the baby Jesus. Daniel was so excited he just had to tell his parents, “I learned in Sunday School all about the very ___FIRST___ Christmas. There wasn’t a Santa Claus then, so these three wise men on camels had to deliver all the toys. And Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer with his nose so bright ___DID_NOT_LEAD___ the sleigh, so they had to follow the big star in the sky to find their way around”.
Growing old in England
Someone asked the other day, ‘What was your favourite fast food when you were growing up?’ ‘We ___DID_NOT_HAVE___ fast food when I was growing up,’ I informed him. ‘All the food was slow.’
‘Come on, you are not serious. Where did you eat?’ ‘In my childhood, it ___WAS_CALLED___ “at home,”’ I explained. ‘Mum cooked every day and when Dad got home from work, we ___SAT___ down together at the dining room table, and if I didn’t like what she had put on my plate I was allowed to sit there until I did like it.’
He was too clever
Some people want to show how clever they are and that may lead to trouble. Once a professor ___WAS_TRAVELLING___ by boat. On his way he asked the sailor: “Do you know biology, ecology, zoology, geography?” The sailor said no to all his questions. The professor said: “What on Earth do you know? You ___WILL_DIE___ of illiteracy.”
After a while, the boat started ___SINKING___. The sailor asked the professor: “Do you know swiminology and escapology from sharkology?” The professor said no. The sailor said, “Well, sharkology and crocodilogy will eat your headology and bodyology and you will dielogy because of your mouthology.”