A kindergarten teacher was observing her classroom of children while they drew. She would occasionally walk around to see each child’s artwork.
As she got to one little girl who was working diligently, she asked what her drawing was.
The girl replied, "I’m drawing God."
The teacher paused and said, "But no one knows what God looks like."
Without missing a beat, or looking up from her drawing the girl replied, "They will in a minute."
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n. - unit of linear measure (3 ft., 0.9144 metre).
- this length of material. - square or cubic yard. - spar slung across a mast for a sail to hang from. - (in pl.; foll. By of) colloq. A great length. [old english, = stick] - n. - piece of enclosed ground, esp. Attached to a building or used for a particular purpose. - us & austral. Garden of a house. [old english, = enclosure] YARN
—n. - spun thread, esp. For knitting, weaving, etc.
- colloq. Story, traveller's tale, anecdote. —v. Colloq. Tell yarns. [old english] YAWL
n. A kind of ship's boat or sailing- or fishing-boat. [low german jolle or dutch jol]
—v. - open the mouth wide and inhale, esp. When sleepy or bored.
- gape, be wide open. —n. - act of yawning. - colloq. Boring idea, activity, etc. [old english] YAWS
n.pl. (usu. Treated as sing.) Contagious tropical skin-disease with large red swellings. [origin unknown]
adv. Colloq. Yes. [a casual pronunciation of *yes]
n. - time occupied by the earth in one revolution round the sun, approx. 3651/4 days.
- = *calendar year. - period of twelve months, starting at any point (four years ago; tax year). - (in pl.) Age, time of life (young for his years). - (usu. In pl.) Colloq. Very long time. - group of students entering college etc. In the same academic year. [old english] YELL
—n. Loud sharp cry; shout. —v. Cry, shout. [old english]
—n. Sharp shrill cry as of a dog in pain or excitement. —v. Utter a yelp. [old english]
n. = *abominable snowman. [tibetan]
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A cat sees about six times better than a human at night.