A Boy with a Big Head大头娃娃

  A boy cried to his mother, "All the children make fun of me. They say I have a big head."

  "Don't listen to them," his mother said, "You have a beautiful head. Now stop crying and go to the store to buy twenty pounds of patotoes."

  "Where is the shopping bag?"

  "I haven't got one-use your hat."

  一个小男孩向他母亲哭诉道:“他们都取笑我,说我脑袋大。” “别听他们的,”他母亲安慰道,“你有一个很漂亮的脑袋。好啦,别哭了,去商店买十斤土豆来。”

  “购物袋在哪儿?”

  “没购物袋了----就用你的帽子吧。”

  Wedding or Not

  Uncle Frank, at 79, was a healthy and wealthy man, a lifelong bachelor. He courted a lot, he said, but "never boiled over-just simmered." On a whim, he decided to take a trip around the country to look up nearly a dozen old girlfriends.

  Upon his return he exclaimed, "Whew! Thank goodness I never married any of those women - They're all widows now!

  弗兰克叔叔七十八岁了,富有而健康。他是个终生单身汉。他曾追求过很多女孩,但“从不过热----见好就收”。一天他突发奇想,决定四处走走,去看看他那些接近一打的旧时女友

  他回来即叹道:“嘘!谢天谢地幸亏我没娶那些女人中的任何一个。如今她们都成寡妇了!”

  Dream 梦想

  The school of agriculture's dean of admissions was interviewing a prospective student. "Why have you chosen this career?" he asked.

  "I dream of making a million dollars in farming, like my father," the student replied.

  "Your father made a million dollars in farming?" echoed the impressed dean.

  "No," replied the applicant. "But he always dreamed of it.

  农校的招生办主任在面试一个上线的学生,“你为何要选择这个职业?”他问。 “我梦想以经营农场来赚一百万元,就像我父亲一样。”这个学生回答说。 “你父亲经营农场赚了一百万元?”主任惊诧地问道。

  “没有,”这位申请人回答道,“他总是梦想着赚到这个数目。”