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The one, who was fated to die from drown never will be burnt.

«Why were you absent yesterday?” a teacher asked from Vovochka (boy, hero of Russian anecdotes).
“We buried our grandfather.”
“Please, accept our deepest sympathy. But he wasn’t so older, what happened with him?”
“There was a fire at our home.”
“Poor man, he was burnt.”
“Not at all, my father threw out him through window.”
“Poor man, he passed away from fractures.”
“No. He fell on firemen’s trampoline and flew back into the room.”
“So, he was burnt.”
“Not at all, my father threw out him again.”
“So… He was died from fall, wasn’t he?”
“No! He flew back.”
“Damn it! What did happen with him?
“We were bored to death with him…”
“So?!”
“My father took his gun and shot him.”

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    One who is destined to die from drowning never will be burnt.

    "Why were you absent yesterday?" a teacher asked from Vovochka (boy who is the hero of Russian jokes).
    “We buried our grandfather.”
    “Please, accept my deepest sympathy. But he wasn’t so old. What happened to him?”
    “There was a fire at our home.”
    “Poor man.  He was burnt.”
    “Not at all.  My father threw him out (through) the window.”
    “Poor man.  He died from from injuries.
    “No. He fell on firemen’s trampoline and flew back into the room.”
    “So, he was burnt.”
    “Not at all.  My father threw out him again.”
    “So… He was died from the fall, didn't he?”
    “No! He flew back in.”
    “Damn it! What did happen to him?
    “We were bored to death with him…”
    “So?!”
    “My father took his gun and shot him.”

     

    Very funny joke.  But poor Grandpa!

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