|A teacher asked her class, "What do you want out of life?"|
A little girl in the back row raised her hand and said, "All I want out of life is four little animals, just like my Mom always says."
The teacher asked, "Really and what four little animals would that be?"
The little girl said, "A mink on my back, a jaguar in the garage, a tiger in the bed and a jackass to pay for all of it!"
The teacher fainted!!
|A man and his wife were having an argument about who should brew the coffee each morning.|
The wife said, "You should do it, because you get up first, and then we don't have to wait as long to get our coffee."
The husband said, "You are in charge of cooking around here and you should do it, because that is your job, and I can just wait for my coffee."
The wife replied, "No, you should do it, and besides, it is in the Bible that the man should make the coffee."
The husband replied, "I can't believe that; show me!"
So she fetched the Bible, and opened the New Testament and showed him at the top of several pages, that it indeed says.......... "HEBREWS"
|1. 8 Eenton (Bricks) Ki Wicket Hogi.|
2. First Ball Try Hogi.
3. Batting Team Umpiring Karegi.
4. Ball Deewar Ko Direct Lagi Toh Six Aur Direct Baahar Gayi Toh Out.
5. Last Batsman Akela Batting Kar Sakta Hai.
6. Jo Beech Mein Game Chhodega Usse Kal Nahi Khilayenge.
7. Jo Ball Baahar Phenkega Woh Khud Lekar Aayega Aur Nahi Mili Toh Khareedkar Layega.
8. Chhote Bachche Sirf Fielding Karenge, Unki Batting Last Mein Aayegi.
9. Jab Andhera Ho Jaayega Toh Slow Ball Karaai Jaayegi.
10. Deewar Ko Lag Kar Catch Hua Toh Not Out Hoga.
11. 3 Ball Lagaatar Wide Toh Over Cancel.
12. Jo Jeetega Woh Agli Baar Batting Karega.
13. Jiska Bat Hoga Wohi Opening Karega.
|Soon after getting freedom from British rule in 1947, the de-facto prime minister of India, Jawahar Lal Nehru called a meeting of senior Army Officers to select the first General of the Indian army.|
Nehru proposed, "I think we should appoint a British officer as a General of The Indian Army, as we don't have enough experience to lead the same."
Having learned under the British, only to serve and rarely to lead, all the civilians and men in uniform present nodded their heads in agreement.
However one senior officer, Nathu Singh Rathore, asked for permission to speak. Nehru was a bit taken aback by the independent streak of the officer, though, he asked him to speak freely.
Rathore said, "You see, sir, we don't have enough experience to lead a nation too, so shouldn't we appoint a British person as the first Prime Minister of India?"
You could hear a pin drop.
After a pregnant pause, Nehru asked Rathore, "Are you ready to be the first General of The Indian Army?"
Rathore declined the offer saying, "Sir, we have a very talented army officer, my senior, Gen. Cariappa, who is the most deserving among us."
This is how the brilliant Lt. Gen. Cariappa became the first General and Rathore the first ever Lt. General of the Indian Army.