But the teacher cried
The six-year-old John was terribly spoiled.
His father knew it, but his grandma doted on him. He hardly left her side. And when he wantedanything, he either cried or threw a temper tantrum. Then came his first day of school, his firstday away from his grandmother's loving arms.
When he came home from school his grandma met him at the door.
"Was school all right?" she asked, "Did you get along all right? did you cry?"
"Cry?" John asked. "No, I didn't cry, but the teacher did!"
In one dinner party，a capitalist eyed bony Bernard Shawup and down regretfully， and said inall seriousness，"Look at your appearance，it really makes people believe that all theBritishare are starving."
Bernard Shaw，examining the potbellied capitalist，said，"But，I know as soon as I saw you thereason why Britain is suffering from famine."
When the young waitress in the café in Tom's building started waving hello everyday. Tom wasflattered, for she was at least 15 years younger than he.
One day she waved and beckoned to Tom again. When Tom strolled over, she asked, "Are yousingle?"
"Why, yes," Tom replied, smiling at her broadly.
"So is my mom," she said. "Would you like to meet her?"