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December 18, 2006 6:52am CST
An Indian, a lady and a Pakistani were travelling in a train one time. The train was going through a long tunnel and while in the dark suddenly there is a sound of a big kiss, which is followed by the sound of a slap. When the train comes out of the tunnel, everyone sees that the Indian guy's cheek is swollen red. Now, the Indian looks around confused and thinks,'That Pakistani must have tried to kiss the lady and she slapped me instead of him.' The lady wonders, 'That Indian guy must have been trying to kiss me and must have kissed the Pakistani by mistake!' And our dear old Pakistani thinks, 'I hope we run into another tunnel so I can make another kissing sound and slap the damn Indian!'
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20 Dec 06
hey frnd.......i m an INDIAN......i sorry to say that i didnt like the joke......i think u r a pakistani.......i just want to ask from u that do u like all these bloody wars ............hey lets pray taht all indian and pakistani live like frnds.......
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1 Jan 07
Hey psycho man ...... I don't know who sent this joke but I know only that I did'nt find any loose word in this joke, its just joke. Actually ur reaction proof that u are a backword and narrowmind person. Untollerate person, Be patience, don't behave as extremist.
1 Jan 07
A painter had lived in his loft for six months, and by now it was filled with the paintings he had created. He worked day and night, stopping only occasionally for something to eat. He thought little about food and less about sleep. But what he thought about least of all was his rent. As a result, his landlord now stood before him, demanding the three months' rent the painter owed on the loft. "Give me a couple of weeks," teh painter pleaded. "I know I'm on the verge of making some sales." "Absolutely not," the landlord said. "You gave me that story last month. You won't get another day's credit from me." "Look," the painter said, "think of it as an investment. Someday this loft will be famous, and you'll be able to charge a fortune for it. In a few years, people will come into this disgusting loft and whisper, 'That great painter used to paint here.'" "Pay your rent now," the landlord said, "or they'll be able to say it tomorrow morning."
20 Dec 06
Barbara Walters had done a story on gender roles in Kuwait several years before the Gulf War, and she noted then that women customarily walked about 10 feet behind their husbands. She returned to Kuwait recently and observed that the men now walked several yards behind their wives. Ms. Walters approached one of the women for an explanation. "This is marvelous," she said. "What enabled women here to achieve this reversal of roles?" The Kuwaiti woman replied, "Land mines."