1.Grandpa will pay the bill
Walking up to a department store‘s fabric（织物，布） counter, the pretty girl said, “I would like to buy this material for a new dress. How much does it cost?”
“Only one kiss per yard,” replied the male clerk with a smirk（假笑，傻笑） . “That‘s fine,” said the girl. “I‘ll take ten yards.”
With expectation and anticipation written all over his face, the clerk quickly measured out the cloth, wrapped it up, then teasingly（故意使人烦恼地） held it out.
The girl snapped up the package, pointed to the old geezer（老家伙） standing beside her, and smiled, “Grandpa will pay the bill.”
2.Knights & Nights
Teacher: Why do we sometimes call the Middle Ages the Dark Ages?
Betty: Because they had so many knights.
3.Who Was That Man
The owner of a small travel agency saw an attractive couple gazing at his travel poster. Suddenly inspired, he ran up and told them his idea. “I‘ll give you an all-expenses-paid vacation in exchange for appearing in ads endorsing my agency.” They agreed on the spot.
Three weeks later he met them at the airport. While the man checked on their baggage, the travel agent asked the woman about the trip. “The food on the cruise ship was wonderful,” she said, — and flying the Colorado was a thrill. But I do have one question. Who was that man I had to sleep with every night?”
4. But the teacher cried
The six-year-old John was terribly spoiled（被宠坏的） . His father knew it, but his grandma doted on him. He hardly left her side. And when he wanted anything, he either cried or threw a temper tantrum（乱发脾气） . Then came his first day of school, his first day 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!