• Speak Now or...

    At a wedding ceremony the priest asked if there was anyone who had any reason why the marriage shouldn't go on, it was time to stand up and speak, or forever hold his or her peace.

    The moment of utter silence was interrupted by a young beautiful woman carrying a baby. She started slowly walking toward the pastor. Everything quickly turned to chaos.

    The bride slapped the groom and stormed out of the church.

    The groom's mother fainted.
    The groomsmen and brides maids ran away in all directions.

    The priest asked the woman, "Can you tell us why you came forward? What do you have to say?"

    The woman replied, "I can't hear anything from the back.... so am moving to the front seats."
  • A Spanish Gift

    A woman goes to Spain to attend a 2-week, company training session. Her husband drives her to the airport and wishes her to have a good trip.

    The wife answers: "Thank you honey, what would you like me to bring for you?"

    The husband laughs and says, "A Spanish girl!"

    The woman kept quiet and left.
    Two weeks later he picks her up in the airport and asks, "So, honey, how was the trip?"

    "Very good, thank you."

    "And, what happened to my present?"

    "Which present?" She asked.

    "The one I asked for - a Spanish girl!!"

    "Oh, that," she said "Well, I did what I could; now we'll have to wait for a few months to see if it is a boy or a girl!"
  • Violating God's Law

    A missionary heard about a native who had five wives.

    He paid a visit to the native's hut, and sure enough there were five wives.

    The two men sat outside the hut and talked.

    The missionary said, "You are violating a law of God. Man can only have one wife, so you must go and tell four of those women that they can no longer live here or consider you their husband."

    The native thought a few moments, then said, "Me wait here. You tell 'em."
  • Toilet - A Marital Problem

    Toilet - A Marital Problem Dear Shirish,
    I recently had an arranged marriage and brought my wife home.
    But ever since she's come home, she's been complaining of the Indian toilet in our house. She says she's used to a Western toilet since childhood, and cannot adapt to this. Since she's acting too high-flying because of her education, I tried to explain to her that even science says that Indian toilets are better than Western. But she just refuses to understand, and has now stopped eating completely, so she does not have to go to our Indian toilet. I don't care whether she eats or not, but I cannot tolerate her disrespecting our Indian culture. Should I divorce her?

    -Indian Husband

    Dear Indian Husband,
    Sorry, I cannot answer your question in the current form. You've sent your question via email, which is not Indian culture. Send it via a pigeon, and I'll answer.