|These two guys were approaching the first tee.|
The first guy goes into his golf bag to get a ball and says to his friend, "Hey, why don't you try this ball?"
He draws a green golf ball out of his bag, "You can't lose it."
His friend replies, "What do you mean you can't lose it?!"
The first man replies, "I'm serious, you can't lose it. If you hit it into the woods, it makes a beeping sound, if you hit it into the water it produces bubbles, and if you hit it on the fairway, smoke comes up in order for you to find it."
Obviously, his friend doesn't believe him, but he shows him all the possibilities until he is convinced. The friend says, "Wow! That's incredible! Where did you get that ball?!"
The man replies, "I found it."
|A makeshift temple had been built by jawans in a forward post area border and every evening they used to assemble there for puja.|
When the CO joined them one evening, he was surprised to find the image of Lord Krishna alone on the pedestal, without his consort Radha.
"Where is Radha?" the Colonel asked.
"Sir, She can't come here," the jawan replied.
"Why she can't come here?" the CON asked.
"Because it's a non- family station sir."
Army is very strict about their rules... Even if it is for God!!!
|A journalist, who was fed up with the state of the Indian Economy, decided to ask the views of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on sports instead of Indian economy.|
He asked, "Dear FM, which game do you like?"
FM replied, "Cricket when played in India."
Journalist further asked, "which part of Cricket do you like, I mean batting or bowling?"
Our great economist replied, "No, No, I LIKE THE TOSS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE MATCH IN INDIA."
Journalist was amused and asked, "Why, only toss Sir?"
Jaitley smiled for the first time and told, "BECAUSE IT IS THE ONLY TIME WHEN I SEE OUR RUPEE GOING UP."
|A man is hired by the circus to perform a necessary but rather unpleasant task. He is asked to walk behind the elephants in the center ring, shoveling aside their droppings as they walk about. After a rather difficult evening at work, he goes to the circus cafeteria, sits with other workers, and begins complaining about his work.|
"It's just terrible work, walking behind those huge beasts and first dodging, then shoveling aside the dung they produce. My arms are tired, my shoes and pants are a mess, and I'll have to shower before I return home, because of the stink."
His friends at work agree, "Why don't you just quit this miserable job and find something more rewarding to do. You have to have some skills and talents that you can put to use somewhere else."
He looks at them, stunned, "You know, you're probably right, but I just can't give up the glamour of show business!"