Friday, September 7, 2012

JOKE: Jungle Drums

A biology graduate student went to Borneo to take some samples for his thesis work. He flew there, found a guide with a canoe to take him up the river to the remote site he where he would make his collections. About noon on the second day of travel up the river they began to hear drums. Being a city boy by nature, the biologist was disturbed by this. He asked the guide, "What are those drums?" The guide turned to him and said, "Drums OK, but VERY BAD when they stop."
Well the biologist settled down a little at this, and things went reasonably well for about two weeks. Then, just as they were packing up the camp to leave, the drums suddenly stopped! This hit the biologist like a ton of bricks (to coin a phrase), and he yelled at the guide,
"The Drums have stopped, What happens now?"
The guide crouched down, covered his head with his hands and said:
"Bass Solo"



VIDEO: Mother shaves numbers into quadruplets hair so teachers can tell them apart

A Chinese mother of identical quadruplet boys has come up with a novel way of helping teachers and classmates tell her four sons apart - she has shaved their heads with the numbers one to four.
According to Tan Chaoyun, teachers at their primary school in Shenzen, Guangdong Province, were worried that people would not be able to tell the difference between her four six-year-old sons. "They are identical, even to me", she said, adding that the only difference between them is the shape of their eyelids.
This has led to some problems when it comes to keeping the children under control. "Their father [has trouble] telling the differences among them," Tan revealed. "Sometimes he would punish the second one for the third one's mistake."
When the boys were younger, Tan resorted to using ankle tags to tell them apart. Now she has taken a more drastic step to distinguish the boys from each other. "Teachers and classmates can't get confused with the big marks on their head," she added.


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