Spelling jokes

A Hoosier, a Kentuckian and a …

25 Feb , 2014  

A Hoosier, a Kentuckian and a West Virginian were on a Hollywood TV quiz show. The host asked them to complete the sentence: “Old MacDonald had a …” The Indianan said, “Old MacDonald had a carburetor.” “Sorry,” said the MC. “That’s incorrect.” “Old MacDonald had a flat tire,” said the Kentuckian. “Wrong,” said the host. “Old MacDonald had a farm,” said the West Virginian. “That’s correct!” shouted the MC. “Now for $200,000, spell farm.” The West Virginian thought hard and then spelled carefully: “E-I-E-I-O.”


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