As a senior secondary education student here on campus, I have had the privilege of student teaching at Elkhart High School (GO LIONS!). 

A day-to-day conversation with my English as a New Language III students is packed with inside jokes, advice and stories about funny activities they like doing. I’ve been wanting to incorporate student teaching into the funnies section, so I offered my students an incentive — five points of extra credit — to help me out. The students were more than willing to give me a few of their best jokes. 

Please note: a majority of these jokes are in Spanish, and some do not have a direct translation.

¿Qué le dijo una nalga a otra nalga? ¿Oíste la balacera de anoche? 

What did one butt cheek say to the other one? Did you hear the shootout last night? —  J.C. 

¿Qué baile le gusta más al tomate? La salsa. 

What dance does a tomato like most? Salsa. — M.R. 

 ¿Qué le dijo una uva verde a una morada? Respira, respira. 

What did a green grape say to a purple one? Breathe, breathe. — G.C. 

I don’t know what to say, I just want the extra credit —  J.M.L.

¿Qué le dijo un pez a otro pez? Nada

(No direct translation) — V.O.T.

Spanish riddle — guess the answer: Este banco está ocupado por un padre y por un hijo; el padre se llama Juan y el hijo ya te lo he dicho.

(No direct translation) — D.H. 

¿Que le dijo una taza a otra taza? ¿Qué taza ciendo?

(No direct translation) —  N.V. 

I appreciate all the students who took the time to write a little joke. I laugh every time they say anything (mostly so they will give me a good score on my student teacher evaluation, jaja).