Eight-year-old Jokes

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    Two little kids, aged six and eight, decide it's time to learn how to swear. So, the eight-year-old says to the six-year-old, "Okay, you say ass' and I'll say hell'".All excited about their plan, they troop downstairs, where their mother asks them what they'd like for breakfast."Aw, hell," says the eight-year-old, "gimme some Cheerios."His mother backhands him off the stool, sending him bawling out of the room, and turns to the younger brother. "What'll you have?""I dunno," quavers the six-year-old, "but you can bet your ass it ain't gonna be Cheerios."

    Two little kids, aged six and eight, decide it's time to learn how to swear. So, the eight-year-old says to the six-year-old, "Okay, you say ass' and I'll say hell'".
    All excited about their plan, they troop downstairs, where their mother asks them what they'd like for breakfast.
    "Aw, hell," says the eight-year-old, "gimme some Cheerios."
    His mother backhands him off the stool, sending him bawling out of the room, and turns to the younger brother. "What'll you have?"
    "I dunno," quavers the six-year-old, "but you can bet your ass it ain't gonna be Cheerios."

    An eight-year-old kid says to his dad, "When I grow up, I want to be a musician."
    The dad says, "I am sorry -- can`t have it both ways."

    Eight-year-old Daniel heard his grandmother tell his mother that a football was needed for the family dinner Sunday night. Daniel couldn't imagine why, but if he could help grandma prepare the meal, he would. But he didn't have a football, so he went over to Greg's house and traded 50 baseball cards for an old deflated football. He pumped it up, shined it and placed it on the kitchen table waiting for grandma to discover it.
    ' 'Daniel!'' his mother exclaimed,' 'You know Grandma is cooking tonight. Please put your things where they belong!''
    Daniel was holding back the tears,' 'But it's for Grandma! She said she needed a football for dinner.''
    Mother did her best to hold back the laughter,' 'You know Grandma and her Irish accent. She meant a FRUIT BOWL!''

    An eight-year-old kid says t his dad, "When I grow up, I want to be a musician." The dad says, "I am sorry -- can't have it both ways."

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