• Resemblance !!!

    Santa & Banta were sitting on the bank of a river in Africa, dangling their feet in the water. Suddenly Banta let out a yell and the Santa said: `What is the matter?`
    The Banta replied: `A crocodile has just bitten off one of my feet!`
    `Which one?` Santa asked.
    `What does it matter?` Banta replied, `those crocodiles all look alike to me.`
  • Bugged...

    Once Santa was on a travelling by train. As fate should have, he was in the last compartment.
    Now the problem was, whenever the train stopped at a station his compartment would never be on the platform.
    So the poor guy always had to jump out at stations to fetch water and eatables. By the time he reached his destination, Santa was really pepped up and ran straight to the station master`s office to lodge a complaint. This is what he wrote.
    "Please see to it that there is no last compartment in any train. If you still insist on having a last compartment, please put it somewhere in the middle".
  • Reverse gear !

     Reverse gear !
    Banta bought a brand new Maruti and decided to drive down from amritsar, where he lived, to Jalandhar to meet his friend.
    He reached Jalandhar in a few hours. After spending a few days there, he decided to return, and called up his mother to expect him in evening. But he did not reach Amritsar that evening and not even the next day. when he finally reached home on the third day, his distraught mother ran out, hugged him and asked, "Arre puttar, ki hoya?"
    Banta got out, obviously very tired from a long journey, and said,"Oye, ye Mruti waale paagal hain, agge jaane waaste chaar gear banaate hain, aur piche jaan waaste sirf ik." (These Maruti-makers are crazy: they make four gears to go forward, but only one to go backward.)
  • Photo copies!

    A Manager of the branch bank found he had no space left to store old records.
    He wrote to his regional manager Banta to for permission to destroy old records.
    Banta Singh replied back: "I do not mind you destroying old records but please make sure you keep photo-copies of all the destroyed papers".