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EK Pathan, ek Baniye ki shaadi mein gaya.

shaadi waale ghar k 2 Darwaze theyy, 1 pe Rishtedar,dusre pe Dost likha tha.
Pathan, Dost wale darwaze se enter huwa.

Aage phir 2 darwaze theyy,1 pe Ladies dosre pe Gents likha tha.
Pathan, Gents wale darwaze se enter hua.

Wahan 2 aur darwaze theyy.1 pe Gift dene wala doosre pe Bina giftwala likha tha.
Pathan Bina giftwaale darwaze mein enter ho gaya!

Jab dekha to pathan, bahar gali me khada tha!
Aurrr wahan likha tha: 'Sharm to nhi aa rahi hogi!!!
Baniye ki shaadi aur free mein roti khayega ?

JA JA hawa khhaa..!!!


Santa: I am in big trouble!



Banta: What happened?



Santa: I saw a rat in my house!



Banta: Oh, well, all you need to do is use a trap.



Santa: I don't have one.



Banta: Well then, buy one.



Santa: I can't afford one.



Banta: I can give you mine if you want.



Santa: That sounds good.



Banta: All you need to do is just use some cheese in order to make the rat come to the trap.



Santa: I don't have any cheese.



Banta: Okay then, take a piece of bread and put a bit of oil in it and put it in the trap.



Santa: I don't have oil.



Banta: Well, then put only a small piece of bread.



Santa: I don't have bread.



Banta: Then what the hell is the rat doing in your house?


A kindergarten teacher is having her birthday and three of her students decided to bring her a gift.



The first students was little Timmy and his dad owned a Candy Store. Timmy walked up to his teacher and handed her a nice little gift wrapped box. The teacher thanked the student and told him, she wanted to see if she could guess what was in the box. The little boy excitedly agreed and after about twenty seconds the teacher said, "Is it candy!?" - The little boy surprisingly and a little disappointed walked back to his desk.



The second student was Taylor and her dad owned a kitchen appliance store. She walked up to her teacher with a fancily wrapped box about the size of a Football. The teacher took the box and asked if she could try to guess what was in the box - Taylor excitedly agreed and handed the package over to her teacher. The teacher stood there thinking for about forty five seconds then said, “Is it a Toaster!?” – The little girl was surprised and asked the teacher how she knew. The teacher smiled wide, thanked the student, and Taylor returned to her desk.



The third student was Sarah and her dad owned a winery. She walked up to the teacher with a box that was a little bigger than the teacher was expecting. The teacher smiled and asked if she could guess what was in the box. Sarah happily agreed, and handed over the box to her teacher. At this point, the entire classroom wanted to know if the teacher was going to get it right. The teacher started thinking, - the box felt a little lopsided, but she figured the gift just hadn’t been packaged well. After about a minute the teacher noticed little yellow drops coming from the side of the box. The teacher excitedly said, “Is it wine!?” and proceeded to taste some of the dripping liquid. The student smiled, and said, “No It’s a puppy!”


A British guy walks into a bar in Central London and before he could order his drink, he notices a Sikh man wearing a turban.



Having a personal grudge against sardars, the British guy says loudly to the bartender to the advantage of everyone seated in the bar, "Drinks for everyone in here, except for the Sikh sardar over there."



The first round of drinks were served, and the Sikh guy gives him a smile, gestures to him saying, "Thank you!" in a loud voice.



The British guy is upset and again orders loudly to the bartender to serve another round of drinks to everyone except the Sardar.



The Sardar seems to be unruffled and he continues to smile, and yells back, "Thank you!"



The British guy is mad by now and asks the bartender, "What's wrong with this Sardar? I've insulted him by ordering drinks for everyone but him, and yet he smiles back and keeps thanking me. Has he lost his mind?"



"No, Sir," replies the bartender. "He is the owner of this place."


The boys had been up in the attic together helping with some cleaning. The kids uncovered an old manual typewriter and asked her, "Hey Mom, what's this?"



"Oh, that's an old typewriter," she answered, thinking that would satisfy their curiosity.



"Well, what does it do?" they queried.



"I'll show you," she said and returned with a blank piece of paper. She rolled the paper into the typewriter and began striking the keys, leaving black letters of print on the page.



"WOW!" they exclaimed, "That's really cool. But how does it work like that? Where do you plug it in?"



"There is no plug," she answered. "It doesn't need a plug."



"Then where do you put the batteries?" they persisted.



"It doesn't need batteries either," she continued.



"Wow! This is so cool!" they exclaimed. "Someone should have invented this a long time ago!"

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