Tuesday, January 8, 2008

सरदारजी का इंटरव्ह्यू

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इंटरव्ह्यू लेनेवाला सरदारसे - एक सरदारजी नारीयलके पेढसे सरपर नारीयल गिरनेसे मर गया ... सही या गलत?
सरदारजी - सही
इंटरव्ह्यू लेनेवाला - गलत क्योंकी ...सरदार तो सरपर पगडी पहनता है..
सरदारजी - नही सर सरदारजी पेढके निचे सो रहा था.
इंटरव्ह्यू लेनेवाला - नारीयलके पेढके निचे कभी कोई सोता है...
सरदारजी - सर सरदार सो सकता है...

intaravhyoo lenevaalaa saradaarase - yek saradaarajii naariiyalake pedase sarapar naariiyal giranese mar gayaa ... sahii yaa galat?
saradaarajii - sahii
intaravhyoo lenevaalaa - galat kyonkii ...saradaar to sarapar pagadii pahanataa hai..
saradaarajii - nahii sar saradaarajii pedake niche so rahaa thaa.
intaravhyoo lenevaalaa - naariiyalake pedake niche kabhii koee sotaa hai...
saradaarajii - sar saradaar so sakataa hai...

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