For other uses, see Little Johnny (disambiguation). Little Johnny jokes are about a small boy who likes to ask embarrassing questions and has a very straightforward thinking. At times he is well educated in the terminology of sex, while at others he is all too innocent. Little Johnny in other countries: Joke characters similar to Little Johnny are known in other countries: Arab and muslim countries: Nasreddin Hodja, Argentina: Jaimito (diminutive of Jaime), Armenia: Vartanik (diminutive of Vartan), Brazil and Portugal: Joãozinho (diminutive of João) or Juquinha, Bulgaria Ivancho (in Bulgarian Иванчо, diminutive for Ivan), commonly featured with Mariyka (in Bulgarian Марийка, diminutive for Mariya) a young girl, Croatia and Serbia: Perica, Czech Republic: Pepíček (diminutive of Pepa, itself diminutive of Josef)2, Estonia: Juku, Finland: Pikku-Kalle, France: Toto , Germany: Klein Fritzchen (Little Fritzie); see German humour and East Germany jokes, Greece: Totos (Τοτός), Bobos (Μπόμπος), Hungary: Móricka, sometimes Pistike, Italy: it:Pierino, India: Tintumon in Malayalam language, Latvia: Jānītis, Lithuania: Petriukas (diminutive of "Petras"), Mexico: Pepito (diminutive of "Pepe", nickname of "José" - Joseph), Netherlands: Jantje, a stereotype of the average little Dutch boy, a diminutive of Jan, New Zealand: Little Hone, Nigeria: Akpos, Poland: Jaś (also Jasio, Jasiu - all diminutives of Jan)3, Spain and Hispanophone Latin America: Jaimito (In Cuba, Honduras, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Ecuador, Pepito) , Sri Lanka: Amdan (Emden), Russia: Vovochka (diminutive of Vladimir), Romania: Bulă, Slovenia: Janezek, Ukraine: Vovochka (diminutive of Vladimir), Example jokes: Ms. Smith stopped to reprove Johnny for making faces: "Johnny, when I was small, my mother used to tell me that if I made ugly faces, at some moment it would freeze and stay like that." Johnny looked up at her and thoughtfully replied: "Well, Ms. Smith, you can't say you weren't forewarned.", The teacher asks everyone in the class to demonstrate something exciting. When Johnny's turn came, he walked to the blackboard and drew a small dot. "What's that?" the teacher asked, puzzled. "It's a period." - "Well, I see that, but what's exciting about a period?" - "Darned if I know, but this morning my sister said she missed one... Dad had a heart attack, mom fainted, and the guy next door shot himself."

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