The other day at the end of school day Little Johnny's teacher said, "today we're going to play a game and when you get a question right you can go home. I will say a quote and you tell me who said it."
First she said "Four score and seven years ago..." The girl sitting next to him raised her hand first and said, "Abe Lincoln!" She got her things and left.
Next was, "One small step for man; one giant leap for mankind." Another girl raised her hand just before Johnny and said, "Neil Armstrong." She also got to leave.
Tired of being at school Johnny suddenly blurts out, "I wish these b****** would shut up!"
Caught off gaurd the teacher said, "who said that?!?!"
Johnny replies, "Tiger Woods." He got his things and left.
I must share the first time I heard this joke - my daughter had just been admitted to the hospital (Christmas Eve) and we were heading back from X-ray. Up ahead of us, there was a porter pushing an (occupied) morgue cart. He stops dead in the hallway (no pun intended) and while blocking the the hallway with his corpse cohort, takes the time to tell some of his coworkers a few jokes before carrying on.
While the joke was mildly funny, I just had to shake my head at his timing - blocking the hallway while there is a team of folks heading your way with another patient in a more lively state was likely not the best decision he made that day - he got a strip torn off him, and when the RT escorting us was done, I think he was ready to climb into his own cart. OOPS.