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READER'S CONTRIBUTIONS


By: Akshay Bangaru

A man asked his servant to buy a match box. The servant ran and bought a match box. To make sure that the match box was fresh, he lighted a match. It burned well. He wanted to be doubly sure. So he lit another match. That too burned well.
He reached his master's house and gave the match box to his master. The master opened the box and discovered that it was empty. He asked in surprise, "What did you do with the matches?"
The servant replied, "I tried all the matches on my way home!"


By: Akshaya Bangaru

A TTE was being disturbed by a practical joker who enjoyed the TTE's temper. Pointing to a train, he asked, "Will this train go to Delhi?"
The TTE screamed with anger, "I have already told you 6 times that this train does not go to Delhi. If you ask me again, I will kick you so hard that you will land in Delhi."
A passenger, who heard the TTE, asked, "Sir, will you kick me softly?"
The TTE was surprised. He asked, "Why?"
The passenger gave a stunning reply: "I want to go to Bhopal."


By: poovithal

sonu:have you heard about Suez canal ?
chotu:Yes
sonu: My father built it.
chotu: Ha what is in that ,do you know about dead sea ,well my father killed it


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Building of Rome

Teacher: When was Rome built?
Anita: At night.
Teacher: How can you be so sure that Rome was built at night?
Anita: That's because my father always says, "Rome was not built in a day!"

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