The Jumper and a Blonde and Dark Knight
This blonde fair Knight walketh into a tavern and asketh for a drink. Behind the counter there was a Satellite TV with the news channel on. On the News from Glastonbury there was a Baron that standeth on the edge of the top of a Tower.
This dark knight next to the blonde knight sayeth “he is going to jumpeth.”
The blonde knight sayeth “no, he’s not.”
The dark knight sayeth “YES, he will.”
The blonde knight sayeth “NO, he won’t.”
The dark knight sayeth “I will bet you thee Knight 5 shillings, he will jumpeth.”
The blonde night sayeth “let’s maketh it 20 shillings and I say he will not jumpeth.”
The dark knight sayeth “You haveth a bet.”
At this time the Baron jumpeth off the Tower to his sorrowful death.
The blonde knight sayeth “I don’t believe it” while handing 20 shillings to the dark knight. The dark knight sat there a moment pondering the money in his hand and then said, “I shall not take this from you.”
The blonde knight sayeth “no, you won this bet fair and square.”
The dark knight sayeth “no, this news is a rerun, I saw it at the hour of five.”
The blonde the sayeth “I knoweth, I saw it too. But I did not thinketh he would be dumb enough to jump again.”
The Squire’s Exam
At Camelot University for Knights, there were four squires taking alchemy and all of them had an “A” so far this term. These four friends were so confident that, the weekend before finals, they decideth to visit some friends in Glastonbury and have a big feast. They had a grand time but, after all the hearty feasting and partying, they slept all day Sunday and did not make it back to Camelot till early Monday morning.
Rather than taking the final then, they decideth that after the final they would explain to their professor, Merlin why they missed the final. The four squires sayeth that they had visited friends but on the way back one of the four wheels on their cart breaketh. As a result, they missed the final. Merlin agreed they could make up the final exam the day following. The squires were excited and relieved.
They studied that night for the exam. Merlin placed them in separate rooms and gave them a test booklet. They quickly answered the first alchemy problem worth 5 points. Brilliant, they thought! Each one in separate rooms, thinking this was going to be easy…then they turned the page. On the second page was written…For 95 points which wheel did breaketh?
Your Court Jester,