I believe the joke would be that the teacher put "NP" when the student got all the correct answers, whereas in such a circumstance a typical teacher would likely write "Perfect!" But since nothing is every completely perfect, even getting all the right answers was only given a Nearly Perfect.brenok wrote:Is there a joke here?krogoth wrote:Spoiler:I used to have a teacher in primary school that gave NP's for good work (nearly perfect) because nothing was ever perfect.
Here's another one, more of a riddle than a joke but it fits in this thread:
Johnny went to the board and calculated 200 squared minus 897 and then multiplied the answer by 136, but the teacher sent him to the principal's office because he used a calculator. Why?
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