All in the name



All in the name


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Sep 19, 07 at 10:43am
One day a small boy was at school. In Social Studies class his
teacher was talking about peoples last names, about how in the old
days their last name used to be their occupation. She gave examples
like Baker, which meant they where a baker for a living, Miller
meant that person worked in a mill, and so on. Then the little boy raised his hand and the teacher said "Do you have an example for the class?" He said " Not really, more of a question." "Well what's your
question?" the teacher asked. "Well," said the little boy, "What did John Hancock do for a living?"

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Sep 20, 07 at 12:22pm
I tought it was John Handcrotch.