• Shoes & Boots Sale

    A large store was having its spring sale on shoes and boots. It was the first day of the sale, and the shoe department was fully of women who were eagerly trying to buy them. There were all kinds of shoes and boots in a variety of colors, and the prices had been reduced a lot, because the store wanted to get rid of as many as possible in order to make room for their new stock.

    The cashiers were kept busy, and at one moment a woman came to one of them with her money in her hand and said, "I don't need a bag, thank you. I 'm wearing the shoes I bought." She pointed to them on her feet.

    "Would you like a bag to put your old shoes in then?" the cashier asked politely as she took the woman's money.

    "No, thank you," the woman answered quickly. "I've just sold those to someone else."
  • AIDS Carriers!

    To all of you approaching 50 or have REACHED 50 and past, this is specially for you... Senior Citizens are the Nation's leading carriers of AIDS! HEARING AIDS







    Not forgetting HIV (Hair is Vanishing)
  • A Letter to Railway Dept.

    Okhil Babu's Letter to the Railway Department:

    Date: 02 - 07 - 1909
    Divisional Railway Officer,

    Respected Sirs,
    I am arrive by passenger train Ahmedpur station and my belly is too much swelling with jackfruit. I am therefore went to privy. Just I doing the nuisance that guard making whistle blow or train to go off and I am running with lotaah in one hand and dhoti in the next when I am fall over and expose all my shocking to man and female women on platform. I am got leaved at Ahmedpur station. This too much bad, if passenger go to make dung that dam guard not wait train five minutes for him.
    I am therefore pray your honour to make big fine on that guard for public sake. Otherwise I am making big report to papers.

    Your faithful Servant,
    Okhil Chandra Sen

    Okhil Babu wrote this letter to the Sahibganj divisional railway officer in 1909. It is on display at the Railway Museum in New Delhi. It was also reproduced under the caption Travellers tales in the Far Eastern Economic Review.
    Any guesses why this letter is of Historic Value?

    It led to the introduction of TOILETS in trains in India.
  • Arriving in Heaven!

    A man is standing outside the gates of Heaven. Saint Peter approaches and says, "Can I help you?"

    The man replies, "No thanks."

    He continues to stand on the clouds.

    "Are you sure I can't help you?" says Saint Peter.

    "No. That's fine," says the man.

    Several minutes pass before Saint Peter approaches the man again.

    "Look," he says, "You do realize that if you're here, you're dead - right?"

    "Oh I realize that," replies the man.

    "You realize that," Saint Peter repeats.

    The man points down through the clouds, "I'm just waiting for the Medics down there to realize that!"