Subedar Santa and Subedar Banta were in the same regiment in the British Indian Army, they were inseparable friends and spent their evenings drinking together.
The partition separated them as Subedar Santa passed away in a war. To keep his friend
‘s memory alive, Subedar Banta always filled two glasses with rum and water and sipped from each alternately!
When somebody asked him why he did so, he explained: “This glass is Santa’s & this one is mine. So I take a sip from each, One on behalf of santa, the other for myself.”
Suddenly one evening Banta was seen with only one glass on his table. He was asked what happened.
He replied, “You see, I have given up drinking but Santa’s not. So I’ve put away my glass and am drink only on behalf of my friend.”
Do you want to impress or confuse clients or Vice versa? Use Techno vocabulary. It can be called the “Buzzword” writing method. It is simple.
There are three columns of words involved, as follows:
Just select any three-digit number; then use the corresponding Buzzwords from the above grid, e.g., 257: “integrated modular capability“.
Don’t worry if it doesn’t make sense to you; it won’t mean anything to anyone else either, but they’ll think you’re just smarter than they are so they won’t say anything!!!
You can propose “systemized reciprocal options” (929) to achieve “optimal transitional flexibility” (568), so that we can think of an “integrated monitored projection”, and then your boss will probably promote you or your customer will be blown away with your technological superiority…!!
There’ s a child in all of us. Every once in a while that child just comes out in a form of innocence or in a form of childish humour.
Do you know what Pappu would say if asked, “What do you call a person who keeps on talking when people are no longer interested?”
The answer that Papppu would give is sweet, and true if you’ve been a backbencher in your class- “Teacher”, of course!!
Whenever I think of my own schooldays, all those golden flashbacks of yesteryears come to me in a real slow motion. I know it sounds real filmy but I bet you guys have your own sweet memories of your school and college days too.
Homeworks are always boring, you don’t agree? Take a look here:
The sun shines bright in a classroom when the Math teacher falls sick and a class is off! How about wishing him well?
Think of those unwelcomed examinations and then your weak preparations. Remember how you wanted to get rid of those exam fevers?
Here’s a good joke for it:
A good friend is one who tells you to study well, but a best friend is one who stands outside the examination room and shouts
“Abbe kuch aa raha hai ya aur cheat fekuuuu”
A little touch of humour mixed with little masti and fun of school and college days can really really turn you ON. That’s the beauty of laughter and jokes. And on top of all that, school and college jokes are something that we all can relate to.
Well, do you want to know what happened to a college student who needed to give a wildlife Zoology test?
What happened when the zoology professor passed out a sheet of paper divided into four squares- in each square was a carefully drawn picture of a bird’s legs?? No bodies,no feet, just legs. How did the student recognize the birds??
Ek chor amir aadmi ke ghar mein chori karne gaya. Tijori pe likha tha “Tijori ko todne ki jaroorat nahi hai, 452 number press karke sahmne vala lal batan dabao, tijori khul jayegi. Jaise hi batan daba alarm baja aur police aa gayi.”
Jate jate chor seth se bola: Aaj mera insaaniyat se vishwas uth gaya hai!