A Japanese tourist hailed a taxi in downtown Delhi and asked to be taken to the Indira Gandhi airport.
On the way, a car zoomed by and the tourist responded, ‘Oh! Toyota – Made in Japan! Very fast!’
Not too long afterward, another car flew by the taxi. ‘Oh! Nissan – Made in Japan! Very fast!’ Then yet another car zipped by, and the tourist said, ‘Oh! Mitsubishi – Made in Japan! Very fast!’
The taxi driver, who was 100% Indian, was starting to get a little annoyed that the Japanese made cars were passing his taxi, when yet another car passed the taxi as they were turning into the airport. ‘Oh! Honda – Made in Japan! Very fast!’
The taxi driver stopped the car, pointed to the meter, and said, ‘That’ll be Rupees 500.’
‘Rupees 500? It was short ride! Why so much?’
The Taxi driver smiled as he replied, ‘Meter – Made in India. Very fast.’
Two Sardarjis are looking at an Egyptian mummy.
Sardar 1: Look, so many bandages! Must be a pukka lorry accident case.
Sardar 2: Aaho, lorry number is also written…BC 1760!!!
Santa Goes To School
Santa returns from his first day at school and immediately questions his father, ‘Dad, today we had a spelling class. All the other kids could only say half the alphabet, but I knew the whole thing. Is that because I am a Sardar?’
‘No son, that’s because you are intelligent.’
Santa seemed content with the answer, asks his father another question, ‘Dad, today we had Maths class. All the other kids could only count from 1-10, I could count from 1 to 20. Is this because I am a Sardar ?’
‘No son, that’s because you are intelligent,’ replies his father.
Happy with the answer, Santa poses another question to his father, ‘Dad, today we had medical examination, all the other boys were shorter than me, I was at least twice their height. Is that because I am a Sardar ?’
The father replies, ‘No son, that’s because you are 33 years old.’
Santa Visits A Bar
Santa goes into a bar in New York.
The man on his right orders a drink, ‘Johnnie Walker, single.’
The man on his left says, ‘Jack Daniels, single.’
Santa says. ‘Santa Singh, married.’
Santa And the Clock Joke
Santa is in Delhi. He is walking on a street which has a Clock Tower when someone asks him if he wants to buy the clock on the Tower. Santa says agrees.
‘Give me a thousand rupees and I’ll go get a ladder.’ The man took the thousand and disappeared. Having waited for several hours the Santa figures he has been made a fool by that man.
On the next day Santa is again walking along the same street and the same man asks him to buy the clock. ‘Give me a thousand rupees and I’ll go get a ladder.’ Continue reading
Santa and The Lottery Ticket
Banta finds himself in considerable trouble. His business has gone bust and he has serious financial concerns. He’s so desperate that he decides to ask God for help. He goes into the temple and begins to pray:
‘Oh God, please help me, I’ve lost my business and if I don’t get some money, I’m going to lose my house as well, please let me win the lotto.’
Lotto night arrives and somebody else wins it.
Banta goes back to the temple, ‘God, please let me win the lotto, I’ve lost my business, my house and I’m going to lose my car as well.’
Lotto night comes and Banta still has no luck!! Back to the temple he goes.
‘God, why have you forsaken me? I’ve lost my business, my house, my car and my wife and children are starving. I don’t often ask you for help and I have always been a good servant to you. Why won’t you just let me win the lotto this one time so I can get my life back in order?’ Continue reading
Santa Has A Funny Dream
Santa kept having the same strange dream every night, so he made an appointment to see a doctor.
Doctor Ajaib: What was your dream about?
Santa: I was being chased by a vampire!
Doctor Ajaib: [smiling to himself] So… what is the scenery like?
Santa: I was running in a hall way.
Doctor Ajaib: Then what happened? Continue reading
Sardar Exam Student
Sardar Santa Singh is sitting his University final examination. He takes his seat in the examination hall, stares at the question paper for five minutes, and then in a fit of inspiration takes his shoes off and throws them out of the window. He then removes his turban and throws it away as well. His shirt, pants, socks and watch follow suit.
The invigilator, alarmed, approaches him and asks what is going on.
‘Oye, I am only following the instructions,’ Santa Singh replies, ‘it says here, “Answer the following questions in brief.”‘
Near Death Experience
Santa Singh was in the hospital, near death, so the family sent for his friend Banta.
As Banta Singh stood beside the bed, Santa Singh’s frail condition grew worse, and he motioned frantically for something to write on.
Banta Singh lovingly handed him a pen and piece of paper, and Santa used his last ounce of strength to scribble a note. Then he died.
Banta Singh thought it best not to look at the note just then, so he slipped it into his jacket pocket. Several days later, at the funeral, Banta Singh was visiting Santa’s family. He realized that he was wearing the same jacket that he’d worn the day Santa died.