Thought for the day:“A question that sometimes drives me hazy: am I or are the others crazy?”...Albert Einstein
This post is inspired by a similar post by Keshi,which,of course, was 'the other way round'thoughts.:) To be frank, I found most of the points in one of my collection of jokebooks, (So, it's not original like Keshi's post was...Sighh) , I edited them a bit, but still included them all. (Before Austy or anyone asks, nee, all might not be applicable to me..haha)
Put the woman on a pedestal and try to protect her from the rat race, we are MCPs.
Stay at home and do the housework, we’re a pansy.
Work too hard, there is never any time for her and the kids.
Don’t work hard enough, we’re a good for nothing layabout
If we-If she:
If we-If she:
If she has a boring repetitive job with low pay, that is exploitation.
If we have such a job, we should get off our butts and find something better.
Moral of the story: Why fight it, guys? You can't win..so,forget your ego, flow with the tide, and you'll have a 'majaa ni life',(A Joyful Life) as Munnabhai says. This of course, does not apply to those who get their daily dose of adrenaline by arguing/fighting/screaming at their girlfriends/colleagues/wives/....:)
On to some nice end-jokes:(Hope I am not repeating them, Shreya....you have a good memory- and noticed that the last one was a repeat)
This one tests your GK:
A: Sita- with Ravana
Two IT officers are sitting together. Suddenly, the first one starts laughing hysterically. The second one asks’ What happened?’
Reply: I’m just seeing Mallika Sherawat’s IT return.
Second one: So?
First one: Laundry bill is shown as Rs. 7 lakhs- I guess she doesn't know how many zeroes come in 70/-.
-----Till next time, keep smiling.