#101
A man was
driving a black truck. His
lights were not on. The moon was not out. A lady
was crossing the
street. How did the man see her?
It was a bright, sunny day.
#102
A city boy was
on his first camping trip.
He was eating his lunch under a tree when an
old-timer came
along.
'It smells like rain,' he said to the boy.
The city boy
replied, 'They said it was lemonade.'
#103
How did you find the weather at camp?
It
was easy. I just went outside - and there it was!
#104
How do sheep keep warm in winter
?

Central bleating !
#105
What did Santa
Claus's wife say during a
thunderstorm?
'Come and look at the rain, dear.'
#106
'You
never get anything right,'
complained the teacher. 'What kind of job
do you think you'll get when you
leave school ?'
'Well, I want to be the weather girl on TV.'
#107
Why did your sister cut a hole in her
new
umbrella ?
Because she wanted to be able to tell when it stopped
raining.
#108
You're hiking around on Hampsted Heath (a park

near London) at the end of a long sunny day. You run across

(separately) the ghosts of Sir Winston Churchill, Sir Baden Powell, and
Sir Edmund
Hillary, who all give you directions to the nearest tube
stop. Whom
don't you believe? Your story teller, for there is no
such thing as a
completely sunny day in England.