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Teacher: Kola, spell plantain
Kola: whish one? the ripe one or the unripe one?
Teacher: what difference does it make? Just spell plantain!
Kola: teacher, If you fry the ripe one its called fried plantain',
if you fry the unripe one it is called plaintain chips'
If you roast it, it is called roasted plaintain
five minutes later, another Unknown caller called.
A man writes on the forum:
Our politicians go to Europe for education, to Paris for holidays, to Dubai for shopping, to the US for work. They only want to go to Nigeria for being buried here. I want to ask: Is it a cemetery?
In Bed: It’s 6am. You close your eyes for 5 minutes, it’s 7:45am.
At Work: It’s 1:30pm. Close your eyes for 30 minutes, it’s 1:31pm
The students of Warri Grammar School went on excursion to Egypt. On the tomb of Pharaoh was written "1102BC".
The teacher now asked "who knows what this means?"
Nobody except Akpos raised his hand but the teacher was not comfortable and pretended not to take notice of him.
She then asked again and yet only Akpos' hand was still up
So she allowed him to answer. Akpos said "that is pharaoh's bb pin"
An old farmer wrote to his son who was in prison "...I won't be able to plant potatoes and other things this year because I can't dig the field, I know if you were here you would have helped me."
The son wrote back, "Dad, don't even think of digging the field do you want to expose me? That's where I buried the money I stole."
The police read the letter before delivering it to the father, and the next day the whole field was dug by police but nothing was found.
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