PUBLISHED ARTICLES OF JOY THOMAS (SS1) EXTRACTED FROM MASON COLLEGE HERALD MAGAZINE

JOKES! JOKES!JOKES!

MY FATHER’S HOUSE

One day, a young boy was watching his favorite cartoon movie on television. His father walked in and wanted to listen to news on another station and so changed the channel. The boy said “Daddy how could you”
The Dad was surprised and he said “Changed the channel of my television set boy”
The boy retorted “Look this is my father’s house” (he changes the channel back to his station). You go and do that in your father’s house.

PROVERBS! PROVERBS!! PROVERBS!!!

A

A bad workman quarrels with his tools
Absence makes the heart grow fonder
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
A cat may look at the king
A fool and his money will soon be parted.
A fool at forty is a fool forever
A friend in need is a friend indeed
A hungry man is an angry man

B

Better have half a loaf than none
Better late than never
Birds of a feather flock together

C

Charity begins at home
Cut you coat according to your cloth

D

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket
Discretion is better than failure
Don’t count your chicks before they are hatched

E

Early to bed early to rise
Empty vessel makes the loudest sound
Every disappointment is a blessing
Every cloud has a silver lining
Every dog has its day
Example is better than precept
Exchange is no Robbery
Experience is the best teacher.

JOY THOMAS S.S.1

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