• Humour
  • The Family Table

    She wanted a table to entertain her kitty party friends. He wanted one so he could make it his home office. The kids wanted one to paint on. Finally they decided on a dining table. It was ideal. Almost as if it was maje for each other.

    By Arun Verma December 19, 2011 Leave a comment
  • Humour
  • Dirty Underwear

    She brought him home and while passionately undressing him, noticed that he was wearing dirty underwear. He saw what she saw and let out a behan ki gaali. Worried that he may have offended her, he said, ‘oh, pardon my frenchie’.

    By Arun Verma December 16, 2011 Leave a comment
  • Humour
  • Women’s Smile

    New research says that men mistake women’s smile for sexual desire. And women say they forcefully smile because they don’t want to be seen as hard to please. So men, from now it’s not ‘hansi toh phansi’, it’s ‘hansi toh fussy’!

    By Arun Verma December 16, 2011 Leave a comment
  • Humour
  • Woman And Men Multitasking

    Now research says men are better with work-life balance while women are better at questioning such findings. So effectively, men are better at multi-tasking and women, multi-asking.

    By Arun Verma December 16, 2011 Leave a comment
  • Humour
  • In Love With Two Women

    He was in love with two women. The first one was a perfect baker. The second one a fabulous poet. He couldn’t decide if he should marry for batter or for verse.

    By Arun Verma December 16, 2011 Leave a comment
  • Humour
  • Ceaser And Brutus

    Caesar and Brutus were to meet for lunch at an Italian restaurant. Brutus called up to confirm the time of the meeting and Caesar said, ‘At Two Brutus’. Brutus was late and Caesar ordered a pizza to kill time. When Brutus finally came, the pizza was all gone. Brutus said, ‘so you finished off all […]

    By Arun Verma December 16, 2011 Leave a comment
  • Humour
  • Juice Store Helper

    He worked at the juice store as a helper who packed juice cups in bags for carry out orders. He wanted a promotion so asked his boss to make him the juice boy – one who works with the juice machines. The boss refused and while reasoning said, ‘you see, baggers can’t be juicers’.

    By Arun Verma December 16, 2011 Leave a comment