Your 5 Jokes for June 20, 2014: History Class Jokes

Birth AKPOS: I wish I had been born 4,000 years ago. TEACHER: Why? AKPOS: I would not have to learn too much in History class.

Incas Today in history class the topic was the Incas. Hoping to see if the students had done the reading, the teacher calls on random students and asks them questions. "Where could the Incas be found?" The teacher's first question. "Jonie?" foolishly she called on the schoolgirl. Not having actually done the homework, and only halfway hearing the question, she guesses: "In the pen?"

Nigerian History The lecturer said, "lets begin by reviewing some Nigeria history. The lecturer asked, “Who said, ‘I shall return to die in the land of my fathers?’" She saw a sea of blank faces except for Kwame who had his hand raised. Kwame replied, "King Jaja of Opobo, 1875!" "Very good!" replied the lecturer. Then she asked again, "Who said, the land use act will feed the nation." Again no response except from Kwame, "Obasanjo,1976." The lecturer snapped at the class, "Class, you should be ashamed! Kwame who is from Ghana and new to our country knows more about our history than you all do!" The lecturer heard a loud whisper: "Ghana must go!" "Who said that?" She demanded. Kwame put his hand up, "Buhari, 1984." At that point, a student at the back scornfully said, "Hmmm! You think you are smart?" The lecturer glared and asked, "All right now, who said that?" Again Kwame said, "Babangida to Abiola in 1992." A student at the back smiled, "I day laugh ooh!" Kwame smiled back and said, "Obasanjo to Atiku in 2011." Now almost looking like a mob hysteria, someone said, "You little shit. If you say anything again else, I will kill you!" Kwame frantically yelled at the top of his voice, "Chris Uba to Ngige in 2004!" The lecturer fainted, and as the class gathered around her on the floor someone said "Oh shit, we are in big trouble now!" Kwame quickly said, "When Jonathan was elected, 2011"

Not Afraid Mr Packer was trying to get his Year 7 history class to understand how the Indians must have felt when they first encountered the Spanish conquistadores. 'How would you feel,' Mr Packer asked, 'if someone showed up on your doorstep who looked very different, spoke a strange language and wore unusual clothes? Wouldn't you be a little afraid?' 'Nope,' Dennis answered, 'I'd just reckon it was my sister's new boyfriend.'

The Importance Of History Teacher: History is a very interesting subject. It tells you about what had happened in the past. Student: Please teacher, I don't think I want to study history. Teacher: Why? Student: There is no future in it.


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