• Pathan Aur Shadi

    Ek Pathan Ki Shadi Thi Magar Usey Kuch Pata Nahi Yha.

    Us Ka Dost Usey Apney Ghar Le Gaya Aur Apne Bedroom Mein Almari Ke Uppar Baitha Diya Aur Kaha Ke Yahan Baith Kar Dekho Ki Main Kaise Karta Hun.

    Phir Wo Dost Apni Wife Ke Saath Sex Kerney Lag Gaya.

    Jab Vo Sex Kar Ke Farigh Hua Toh Bola: Samajh Gaye Ab... Aise Karte Hain... Tum Bhi Aise Hi Karna.

    . After few Weeks Dost Ne Pathan Se Poocha: Amaan Mian, Kaisi Guzar Rahi Hai?

    Pathan: Bohat Zabardast! Roz Ek Dost Ko Saath Le Kar Jaata Hun, Khud Araam Se Almaari Per Baith Jaata Hun Aur Dekh Dekh Ke Maje Leta Hun.
  • Chick With a Big Butt & Long Legs

    A man walks into a restaurant with a full-grown ostrich behind him. The waitress asks them for their orders.

    The man says, "A hamburger, fries and a coke," and turns to the ostrich, "What's yours?"

    "I'll have the same," says the ostrich.

    A short time later the waitress returns with the order, "That will be $9.40 please," and the man reaches into his pocket and pulls out the exact change for payment.

    The next day, the man and the ostrich come again and the man says, "A hamburger, fries and a coke."

    The ostrich says, "I'll have the same."

    Again the man reaches into his pocket and pays with exact change.

    This becomes routine until the two enter again. "The usual?" asks the waitress.

    "No, this is Friday night, so I will have a steak, baked potato and a salad," says the man.

    "Same," says the ostrich.

    Shortly the waitress brings the order and says, "That will be $32.62."

    Once again the man pulls the exact change out of his pocket and places it on the table. The waitress cannot hold back her curiosity any longer.

    "Excuse me, sir. How do you manage to always come up with the exact change in your pocket every time?"

    "Well," says the man, "several years ago I was cleaning the attic and found an old lamp. When I rubbed it, a Genie appeared and offered me two wishes. My first wish was that if I ever had to pay for anything, I would just put my hand in my pocket and the right amount of money would always be there."

    "That's brilliant!" says the waitress. "Most people would ask for a million dollars or something, but you'll always be as rich as you want for as long as you live. It's brilliant!"

    "That's right. Whether it's a gallon of milk or a Rolls Royce, the exact amount of money is always there," says the man.

    The waitress asks, "What's with the ostrich?"

    The man sighs, pauses and answers, "My second wish was for a tall chick with a big butt & long legs who agrees with everything I say."

    MORAL OF THE STORY: Men are brilliant until they think about a woman!!!
  • A Well-Argued Court Case

    The beauty of a language and the art of constructing the words of the language significantly lead to their meaning. This is not a case of twisting, but of the refined manner of presentation by witty minds. A good case for reference.

    One evening, after attending the theatre, two gentlemen were walking down the avenue when they observed a rather well dressed and attractive young lady walking ahead of them. One of them turned to the other and remarked, "I'd give $250 to spend the night with that woman."

    Much to their surprise, the young lady overheard their remark, turned around, and replied, "I'll take you up on that offer."

    She had a neat appearance and a pleasant voice, so after bidding his companion good night, the man accompanied the young lady to her apartment. The following morning, as he prepared to leave, the man gave her $125.

    She demanded the rest of the money, stating, "If you don't give me the other $125 I'll sue you for it."

    He laughed, saying "I'd like to see you get it on these grounds."

    Within a few days, he was surprised when he received a summons ordering his presence in court as a defendant in a lawsuit. He hurried to his lawyer and explained the details of the case. His lawyer said, "She can't possibly get a judgment against you on such grounds, but it will be interesting to see how her case will be presented."

    After the usual preliminaries, the lady's Lawyer addressed the court as follows:
    "Your Honour, my client, this lady, is the owner of a piece of property, a garden spot, surrounded by a profuse growth of shrubbery, which property she agreed to rent to the defendant for a specified length of time for the sum of $250. The defendant took possession of the property, used it extensively for the purposes for which it was rented, but upon evacuating the premises, he paid only $125, one-half of the amount agreed upon. The rent was not excessive, since it is restricted property, and we ask judgment be granted against the defendant to assure payment of the balance."

    The defendant's Lawyer was not only surprised but also impressed AND amused by the way his opponent had presented the case. Naturally, his defence was somewhat different from the way he had originally planned to present it. He rose to the occasion!

    'Your Honour," he said, "my client agrees that the lady has a fine piece of property, that he did rent such property for a time, and a degree of pleasure was derived from the transaction. However, my client found a well on the property around which he placed his own stones, sunk a shaft, and erected a pump, all labor performed personally by him. We claim these improvements to the property were sufficient to offset the unpaid amount, and that the plaintiff was adequately compensated for the rental of said property. We, therefore, ask that judgment not be granted."

    The young lady's lawyer answered, "Your Honour, my client agrees that the defendant did find a well on her property. However, had the defendant not known that the well existed, he would never have rented the property. Also, upon evacuating the premises, the defendant removed the stones, pulled out the shaft, and took the pump with him. In doing so, he not only dragged the equipment through the shrubbery, but left the hole much larger than it was prior to his occupancy, making the property much less desirable to others. We, therefore, ask that judgment be granted."

    In the Judge's decision, he provided for two options, "Pay the balance $125 to the plaintiff, or have the equipment detached from its current location and provided to the plaintiff for damages."

    The defendant wrote out a cheque immediately.
  • Could've been Worse!

    Frank always looked on the bright side. He would constantly irritate his friends with his eternal optimism. No matter how horrible the circumstance, he would always reply, "It could have been worse".

    To cure him of his annoying habit, his friends decided to invent a situation so completely bad, so terrible, that even Frank could find no hope in it.

    On the golf course one day, one of them said, "Frank did you hear about Tom? He came home last night, found his wife in bed with another man, shot them both and then turned the gun on himself!"

    "That's awful" said Frank "But it could have been worse!"

    "How in the hell could it have been worse?" asked his angry friend.

    "Well!!!" replied Frank, "If it had happened the night before, I'd be dead now!"
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