Thursday, November 19, 2009

Its Chaitime Folks... Say Cheese... !!!






I am writing this post after nearly 12 hours of unscheduled 'power outage'... which even continued 'smoothly' throughout the night... courtesy the perpetual 'maintenance work' undertaken by our 'ever vigilant and customer friendly' KEB (Karnataka Electricity Board.) Therefore, I assume that you are perfectly able to understand and empathize with all the thoughts racing through and crossing my mind at the moment. And the urgent need to focus on more 'pleasant' things/thoughts.

btw... I recently read about our people's representatives (yes, the ones who go by the mantra: 'Government's work is God's work') plans of imposing a 'flood tax' on us... poor unsuspecting souls. So, whenever any part of this land is experiencing the entirely unwelcome phenomenon of "water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink"... be aware that your wallet too will decide to lose weight. To remain 'healthy and wise'... by bidding goodbye to 'wealthy'. Afterall, 'kuch paane ke liye kuch khona padta hai'. What... ??? Looks like our 'Movers and Shakers' who strongly believe... 'mere trees should not be allowed to impede the progress of 'development'... may have developed a collective dislike for the song 'Tip Tip barsa paani'. Next, they may recommend the popular nursery rhyme "Rain Rain go Away" to be elevated to the status of the national anthem.

Anyways, I finally decided to cool off by reading a few jokes. Let me share some with you too...

1. "It's clear" said the teacher, "That you haven't studied geography. What's your excuse?"
Pupil: "Well, my dad says the world is changing every day. So I decided to wait until it settles down."

2. A man was fishing. After a while another angler came to join him.
"Have you had any bites?" asked the second man.
"Yes, lots," replied the first one, "but they were all mosquitoes."

3. What do you call a neutron that has been around for a while?
An oldtron.

4. Dentist: Just let me finish and you will be another man after these cosmetic procedures.
Patient: Okay doc, but don't forget to send your bill to the other man.

5. Salesman: Would you like to buy a pocket calculator?
Customer: No, thanks. I know how many pockets I have.

6. Teacher: Sunny, put some more water in the fish tank.
Pupil: Why, Miss? I put some in yesterday and he hasn’t drunk that yet!

7. A customer was asked to send a copy of her defective diskettes to the technician.
A few days later, a letter arrived from the customer along with photocopies of her diskettes!

8. Teacher: How can you commit so many mistakes in a single day?
Pupil: I got up early today.

9. Jenny looked up from the book on ancient history she was reading and asked her father, "Dad, what's a millennium?"
"Well," he muttered, "I think it's something like a centennial, only it has more legs."

10. John: If I had five coconuts and I gave you three, how many would I have left?
Jackie: I don't know.
John: Why not?
Jackie: In our school we do all our arithmetic in apples and oranges.

11. Customer: Waiter, waiter! There's a mosquito in my soup.
Waiter: Don't worry Sir, mosquitoes have very small appetites!

12. Customer: Waiter, there's a fly in my soup!
Waiter: Couldn't be, Sir. The cook used them all in the raisin bread.


And here's some 'Mind Chow'... you know 'food for thought'... so that your mind will stay in shipshape, with just the right amount of wisdom. *wink!*

1. Don't go through life, GROW through life.
2. Genius may have its limitations, but stupidity is not thus handicapped.
3. The dream was always running ahead of me. To catch up, to live for a moment in unison with it, that was the miracle.
4. Everyone is entitled to be stupid, but some abuse the privilege.
5. The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.
6. Never go to bed mad. Stay up and fight.
7. Without education we are in a horrible and deadly danger of taking educated people seriously.
8. Boredom is lack of creativity, not lack of options.
9. Failure is only the opportunity to begin again more intelligently.
10. Appearances are but a glimpse of what is hidden inside.
11. You'll never be bored if you can create your own problems.
12. Anger makes dull men witty, but it keeps them poor.



Note: Info gathered, Courtesy (link)

Photographs:

Funny pics.

24 comments:

  1. hmmm i liked the joke of an 'Oldtron' very much :D
    Nice quotes... Well, at least in my part of Bangalore, there will be least number of power cuts I would say :) touch woood!!!!

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  2. Good one. I liked the 5th and 8th jokes the most...and good quotes too.

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  3. Hilarious and funny...thanks for sharing

    PS :Hey I am unable to copy and paste in the comments section(wrote a lengthy comment for your previous topic in my composer, but couldnt paste it here :( )

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  4. He! He! :D :) Thanks for bringing smiles by the jokes Laughed in all of them and liked the last 'Mind Chow' ;)

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  5. I liked the one about millenium :)

    Flood tax? really? how about we tax them for all the days in parliament / assembly they waste by staging walk outs and not allowing proceedings to move smoothly? Flood tax indeed!

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  6. @ Mohan: Wow! You're indeed lucky! Here, we just came out of another hour long outage...

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  7. @ Old Monk: Thanks for stopping by my blog. Am glad you enjoyed the jokes and the 'words of wisdom' :)

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  8. @ Mahesh: Thanks Mahesh!

    P.S. Ummm... its working fine. Try refreshing it... else break the comments into 2-3 parts and then paste it.

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  9. @ Dhiman: :)

    Humour makes the world go round...

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  10. @ Deepa: :)

    P.S: Don't forget we are the "people" and they are the "people's representatives" ;)

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  11. Good one :)
    Made me smile all the wawy down !
    Keep them coming :)

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  12. he he he....read this in d morning...made my day yaar... hilarious!!!!

    :P

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  13. Very nice jokes.You seem to have a collection?

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  14. Those jokes were awesome, Rosh. Giggled all the way through!!

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  15. @ BK Chowla: Thanks Chowlaji! Glad you liked it.

    And no I do not have a collection... I just keep reading them on the net. But, I have a collection of comics - ACK, Tinkle, et al. Just cannot outgrow them...

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  16. Ha ha at Oldtron :) And a pro and the oldest would be Proton :)

    I also believe in not going but growing through life :)

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  17. @ IHM: Indeed it is :)

    Thanks and Welcome to my blog.

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