Stanford Chaparral

Judge: How does the defendant plead?
Billy: Your Honor, I plead the "I'm rubber, you're glue" defense.
Judge: Ah, yes. Plaintiff, anything you say bounces off the defendant and sticks to you. How do you plead to your accusations?
Susie: I'm sorry, Your Honor, but I signed an explicit "black out forever" affidavit. I cannot be subjected to a "rubber /glue" defense.

Judge: So you issued an "I know you are, but what am I?" subpoena. Then what happened, Susie?
Susie: He started repeating everything I said.
Judge: He started repeating everything you said?!?
Susie: [suspiciously] Yes.

Judge: Billy, what do you have to say for yourself?
Billy: She double-dog-dared me.
Susie: Liar, liar, pants on fire!
Judge: Liar, liar sustained.
Judge: Billy, my verdict is "moded, corroded, your booty exploded."
Billy: But that's not fair!
Judge: Stenographer, who said life is fair?
Stenographer: [looks over transcript] No one, Your Honor.
Judge: That's right! No one.