The first grade teacher was starting a new lesson on multi-syllable words. She thought it would be a good idea to ask a few of the children examples of words with more than one syllable.
“Jane, Do you know any multi-syllable words?”
“After some thought Jane proudly replied with Monday.”
“Great Jane. That has two syllables, Mon……day”
“Does anyone know another word.”
“I do! I do!” replied Johnny.
Knowing Johnny’s more mature sense of humor she picks Mike instead.
“OK Mike, what is your word.”
“Saturday.” says Mike.
“Great, that has three syllables…”
Not wanting to be outdone Johnny says “I know a four syllable word. Pick me! Pick me!”
Not thinking he can do any harm with a word that large the teacher reluctantly says, “O.K. Johnny what is your four syllable word?”
Johnny proudly says, “Mas…tur…ba…tion.”
Shocked, the teacher, trying to retain her composure says, “Wow, Johnny. Four syllables! That’s certainly is a mouthful.”
“No Ma’am, you’re thinking of ‘blowjob’, that’s only two syllables!”