**Teacher:** I don't know, can you borrow a pencil?
**Student:** Aha, but I clearly meant to ask for permission. Since you and the rest of the class understood my intent perfectly well, and the word "may" to show permission is rapidly falling out of fashion, there is nothing wrong with asking...
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A nun and a priest are crossing the Sahara [NSFW]
A nun and a priest are crossing the Sahara on a camel. On the third day, the camel dies with little warning. As they dust themselves off, the nun and priest appraise their situation. After a long silence, the priest states: 'Well, sister, this looks to be pretty serious.' 'I know, father. As a...
My uncle started a cult,
...And married twenty women. People are telling me it’s a terrible situation, but I think there’s a lot of nuance.
Why is it so hard to explain a pun to a kleptomaniac?
They don't understand the subtle nuances of the English language, so they can't pick up on the double entendres needed to appreciate a good pun. It may be a generalization, but in my experience that's how it works out.
What's black and white and red all over?
A communist with no sense of nuance.