One day, a reporter went to a farm to conduct an interview with a farmer. Reporter: Do you have some time for a quick interview?
Prolific and eccentric mathematician Paul Erdős liked to joke about senility and death. He once remarked that there are three steps in the loss of
In the July 1916 issue of Mathematical Gazette, I found this somewhat interesting extract from a review (which was unpublished) about an unnamed book: There is much
Said Jerome K. Jerome to Ford Madox Ford,“There’s something, old boy, that I’ve always abhorred:When people address me and call me ‘Jerome’,Are they being standoffish,
Samuel Johnson (1709–1784) once boasted about his amazing memory prowess to his friend Bennet Langton (1736–1801). As a demonstration, he said that he can recite
Political correctness may have dulled wit and humor, but with some ingenuity, you can still combine some wit and sarcasm to “politically correct” statements. The