This week’s  “Guest in Jest” guest is  Mohamad al Karbi’s little daughter Sham.  You can see his blog here


Here’s Sham’s joke:

A farmer invited his friend to visit his farm. There were sheep at the farm; half of them are white and the rest are black. When the friend saw the sheep, he asked:
– Where do these sheep sleep?
– Are you asking about the white sheep or the black ones?
– The white
– They sleep at the barn of the farm.
– And the black?
– They sleep at the same barn too.
– What do you feed these sheep?
– Which ones do you mean, the white or the black?
– The white ones
– I feed them so and so
– And the black ones?
– I feed them the same.
– Which doctor is checking on the sheep?
– Which ones are you referring to, the white or the black sheep?
– The white ones.
– Dr. John Due
– And the black?
– The same doctor is checking on them too.
– Why are you keep saying white and black then?
– Because the white sheep are mine.
– And the black?
– They are mine too.

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The featured image was created by Silas at  My weird, crazy and mundane life Journal 

6 thoughts on “Guest in Jest #94 Sham

  1. Hehehe, thank you very much, Linda, for posting the joke. Every time she tells this joke, I can’t hold my laugh. To be honest, the important part in a joke is the way (face/sound/tone) the person use to tell… Which gives the most funny part of the joke itself 🙂

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