Dishonesty Is Not The Ticket

| Children, Parents & Guardians, Sons & Daughters, Top

(An inspector is walking through the tram checking tickets. A man and a boy aged about three are sitting behind me.)

Father: “I’m really sorry. He likes to hold the tickets, and he must have dropped them.”

Boy: “No, I didn’t, daddy.”

Father: *over his son* “I just looked down and they were gone.”

Boy: *scandalised* “Daddy! You said we didn’t need tickets today!”

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