Short Conversations

“In high school, my teacher got mad; at me for writing a limerick about: Camus’ The Stranger on my desk.”
“Did you shoot her in the face?”

Student: “Mr. Habibi, as former president of Indonesia, how do you see Indonesia’s role in the world today?”
Habibi: “Hot sauce or yogurt sauce?”

“I’m really germ-conscious, you know.”
“Oh, then you’d hate anal sex.”

“I don’t believe in astrology.”
“Me neither. I’m a Scorpio. Most Scorpios don’t believe in astrology.”

“And therefore, c sub n is equal to the square root of n.”
“Oh, my God!”

“That girl’s kind of a slut.”
“The good kind or the bad kind?”

“This is a humorous essay about problem 2b from last week’s homework set.”
“But problem 2b wasn’t even that funny.”

“Where’s the ladies’ room?”
“Why would there be a ladies’ room in the physics building?”

“It’s kind of awkward when we go visit; my grandmother. She usually doesn’t recognize us.”
“Is she senile?”
“No, she’s just really stupid.”

“We were all born naturally.”
“Actually, I was from my mother’s womb untimely ripp’d.”