After watching the movie Aladdin, a five-year-old kid named Eric started using his mother’s empty teakettle as a magic lamp pretending he could summon the genie and grant wishes. “Make three wishes, Mom” he told his mother, “and I’ll make the genie grant them.”
His mom first asked to rescue all poor kids from poverty. Eric proceeded to rub “the lamp” and pretended to talk to the invisible genie, then proclaimed his mom’s wish fulfilled.
Next, his mom asked for a cure for all sick kids. Again, Eric rubbed the pretend lamp and spoke to the invisible genie, then said his mom’s second wish was fulfilled.
Eric’s mother then looked down at her own rather ample figure and made her third wish, “I wish to be thin again.”
At this Eric started rubbing his magic lamp furiously. When the magic obviously failed to work Eric looked up at his mom and said very matter-of-factly, “Mom, I think I’m going to need a lot more powerful magic for this wish”!
6-year-old Jimmy, a precocious kid, always told everyone he wanted to be a doctor when he grew up. One day as Jimmy was running through his house playing, he ran into the corner of a table and hurt his eye. Being a little kid, Jimmy cried for a while but also kept saying, “Oh no, now I can never be a doctor when I grow up.”
Jimmy’s mom trying to reassure him told Jimmy that he could still be a doctor but Jimmy kept insisting that he couldn’t.
Finally she asked, “Why can’t you be a doctor, Jimmy?”
Holding one hand over his injured eye, Jimmy said, “Because now I will have to be a pirate!”
four year old kid named Joe is in the surgery’s waiting room with his mom when he sees a pregnant lady sitting on a bench on the opposite wall. Having nothing better to do, Joe saunters over to her and with wide eyes full of curiosity and asks “Why is your stomach so big?”
The lady calmly replies with a smile, “Because I’m having a baby.” With eyes as large as saucers, Joe asks, “Is the baby in your tummy?”
“She sure is,” replies the lady charmed by the little kid’s innocent question.
“Is it a good baby,” asks Joe with a puzzled look on his face.
“Oh, yes. I’m sure it’s a really good baby,” says the lady with good humor thinking how incredibly cute the little kid is and looking forward to what he might say next…
At this point much to her surprise, with an even more surprised and shocked look than before, Joe asks, “Then why did you eat her?”
How kids show off
Three little Kids were standing around on the school grounds boasting about their dads. The first kid, a little boy said, “My Dad writes a few words on a piece of paper. He calls it a poem, and people give him $100 for it.”
The second kid, also a boy said, “That’s nothing. My Dad writes a few words on a piece of paper. He calls it a song, and people give him $200 for it.” The third kid, a girl said, “My dad’s better than both of yours easily.
My Dad writes a few words on a piece of paper, he calls it a sermon, and it takes seven people to carry all the money he gets for it!”