Daniel B.

Archibald Barassol: A teacher says "Ok students, today we are going to be learning about phonetic syllables. Now I'm wondering if any of you kids in here know how to speak your name in phonetic syllables." She glances around the room and sees Archibald. She say "Archibald, can you say your name in phonetic syllables?" He say "Nope, I need an example." The teacher looks over to Johnny Smith, a grade A student and says "Johnny, would you be kind enough to give an example of your name in phonetic syllables?" Johnny hops up and says "Yes ma'am" "You got your J-O-H-N, you got your John." "You got your N-Y, you got your 'knee', so you got your John-knee." You got your S-M-I-T-H, you got your smith. You got your John-smith, you got your 'knee'-smith, you got your John-'knee'-smith." The teacher says "Very good Johnny, you may sit down. Now Archibald, can you do your name in phonetic syllables?" He stands up and says "Ok, you asked for it." "You got your A-R-C-H, you got your Arch." "You got your I, you got your 'eye', you got your Arch-eye." "You got your B-A-L-D, you got your bald. You got your Arch-bald, you got your 'eye'-bald, you got your Arch-'eye'-bald." "You got your B-A-R, you got your 'bare'. You got your bald-'bare', you got your 'eye'-bald-'bare', you got your Arch-'eye'-bald-'bare'." "You got your A-S-S, you got your ass. You got your 'bare'-ass, you got your bald-'bare'-ass, you got your 'eye'-bald-'bare'-ass, you got your Arch-'eye'-bald-'bare'-ass." You got your O-L, you got your 'hole'. You got your ass-'hole', you got your 'bare'-ass-'hole', you got your bald-'bare'-ass-'hole', you got your 'eye'-bald-'bare'-ass-'hole', you got your Arch-'eye'-bald-'bare'-ass-'hole'." The teacher faints

Kind of an oldie... but definitely a goodie out here. So I decided to put it up.

funniness: 5.69

rating: PG-13