|Pappu: Do you know, Dad, my Sunday school teacher says that in some parts of Africa a man doesn't know his wife until he marries her.|
Santa: Why single out Africa?
|Jeeto: I wish you'd bring home a Water Melon. My mother is coming today, and you know she'd give half her life for a good Water Melon.|
Santa: Really! Then I'll bring two!
|Jeeto (as husband is leaving): Dear, will you remember to bring home something for the rats this evening?|
Santa: Something for the rats? Certainly not! If the rats can't eat what we have in the house, let them leave!
|Santa: I used to think drinking was bad for me.|
Banta: So what did you do for it?
Santa: I gave up thinking!
|Banta: My wife doesn't understand me; does yours?|
Santa: I don't think so, I've never heard her mention your name!
|Banta: A man's speech has been restored by the kick of a mule.|
Santa: A divorce is less painful and one gets the same results!
|Banta to Santa: What's an adult joke?|
Santa: No idea... but it must be the one that's eighteen years old!
|Santa: My wife is so naughty. She always kidding with me.|
Santa: Yesterday I went home. And I put my hands on her eyes. She said: It's you the watchman!
|Banta: My wife is very irritable; the least thing sets her off.|
Santa: You're lucky at that, mine's a self-starter!
|Doctor to Santa: You will die within 2 hours. Do you want to see any one before you die?|
Santa : Yes. A good doctor!