Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Hindi Girl jokes - दाम

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एक लड़की (दुकानदारसे) - इस ड्रेस का क्या दाम है? 
दुकानदार :- (बदतमीजी करते हुए) :- जादा नहीं बस चार किस .
लड़की - और इस ड्रेस का? 
दुकानदार - बस १० किस .
लड़की (चतुरतासे) :- दोनों पैक कर देना , बिल मेरी दादी देंगी .



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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Hindi chutkule / jokes - रंगीन मिजाज मौलवी

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एक मौलवी अपनी बिवीसे : - बेगम मै जब मर जाऊ तो अपनी सामने वाली उस पड़ोसन को जरुर बुला लेना
मौलवी की बीवी :- कौनसी पड़ोसन ?
मौलवी - अरे वही जो कोई मरनेसे मुर्देसे चिपक चिपक कर रोटी है,
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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Hindi Jokes - राणी लक्ष्मीबाई

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 हर भारतीय नारी अपने जीवनमे राणी लक्ष्मीबाई होती है - 
शादिसे पहले वह राणी होती है 
शादीके  बाद वह लक्ष्मी बन जाती है 
और बाल बच्चे होनेके बाद दिन रात काम करनेवाली बाई बन जाती है 


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Monday, March 1, 2010

Why do you put colors on HOLI

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To make it compulsory to take bath at least a day in a year ...
Happy bath anniversary .....
Happy HOLI...........

- Sunil Doiphode

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