Here is a joke from a mental hospital.
Josh and Nina were both patients in a Mental Hospital.
On a Sunday while they were walking by the hospital swimming pool, Josh suddenly jumped into the deep end. He sank to the bottom. Nina promptly jumped in to save him. She swam to the bottom and pulled Josh out.
When the medical director became aware of Nina's heroic act he immediately reviewed her file and called her into his office. "Nina, I have good news and bad news. The good news is you're being discharged because since you were able to jump in and save the life of another patient, I think you've regained your senses. The bad news is Josh, the patient you saved, hung himself with his bathrobe belt in the bathroom, he's dead."
"He didn't hang himself, I hung him up to dry." Nina answered.
mental ['mentl] a. 精神的,脑力的
mental hospital 精神病院
discharged [dis'tʃɑ:dʒd] v. 卸货,排出,放行 vbl. 卸货,排出,放行
regain [ri'ɡein, ri:-] vt. 恢复；收回；重新获得
promptly ['prɔmptli] ad. 敏捷地,迅速地
hung [hʌŋ] v. 悬挂；垂落（hang的过去式和过去分词）
Josh和 Nina都是精神病院里的病人。一天，他们沿着医院的游泳池散步，Josh突然跳入泳池的深水区，他沉到了底部。Nina立刻跳下去救他，她潜到水底，把 Josh拉了上来。
当院长听闻了Nina的英勇行为后，他立刻翻看了她的病历档案,把她叫进了自己的办公 室，“Nina，我有一个好消息和一个坏消息要告诉你。好消息是你能跳入水中救其他病人，这说明你的意识已经恢复了，你可以出院了。坏消息就是，Josh， 你救的那个病人，他还是用自己的浴袍带子在浴室上吊自杀了。”
精神病 [jīng shén bìng] psychosis lunacy psychopathy
病人 [bìng rén] invalid patient
散步 [sàn bù] take a walk, go for a walk
自杀 [zì shā] idioctonia, commit suicide
晾干 [liàng gān] dry by airing, dry in the air
回答 [huí dá] answer, reply