The school was having trouble with Little Johnny and decided to have him tested by a psychologist.
The first question he was asked was, "If I have ten apples and take away five apples, what is the difference?"
After a brief pause Little Johnny answered, "That's just what I say, 'What's the difference?'".
When asked whether a pair of trousers were singular or plural, he replied, "Well, they are singular at the top and plural at the bottom."
Finally the psychologist decided to test his spelling and asked him, "How do you spell Banana?"
After careful consideration he replied, "B A N A N A N A N A N A N A-"
The psychologist interrupted him and said, "Johnny that's quite enough," to which he replied, "I know how to spell it, I just don't know when to stop."
The psychologist then wrote on his report: "If you are not having problems with Little Johnny it would not be normal."