Friday chuckles — traffic court edition

In the traffic court of a large city, a woman appeared before a tired-looking judge to answer for a ticket she’d received for running a red light. She told the judge that she was a teacher and requested an immediate dismissal of her case so she could get to school on time. 

The judge perked up immediately. “I’ve waited for years to have a teacher in this court,” he said. “Now sit down at that table, and write ‘I drove through a red light’ five hundred times.”

10 Responses to Friday chuckles — traffic court edition

  1. Corrie.S.P. says:

    ha-ha the ultimate revenge on teachers.

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  2. lol Turn about is sweet.

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  3. Herb says:

    😂😂😂Hahahahaha! I love it!🤣🤣🤣

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  4. John Holton says:

    I’m a veteran of Catholic grammar school, and a few years ago I was doing some training at a Catholic hospital where all my students were Sisters. I know how the judge felt…

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  5. ali redford says:

    😃😃😃 I love that!! (Yes, I’ve made kiddoes write sentences.)

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  6. Busted for speeding, a physics professor explained to the judge how the Doppler effect shortened the wavelength of red light as the prof’s car moved toward the traffic light.  The light looked green.  The judge nodded, did a quick calculation, and imposed a big fine for speeding.

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