Interviewer : Give me the opposite words.
Banta Singh : Ok
Interviewer : Made in India
Banta Singh : Destroyed in Pakistan
Interviewer : Keep it Up
Banta Singh : Put it Down
Interviewer : Maxi Mum
Banta Singh : Mini Dad
Interviewer : Enough! Take your Seat
Banta Singh : Don't take my seat
Interviewer : Idiot! Take your Seat
Banta Singh : Clever! Don't take my Seat
Interviewer : I say you get out!
Banta Singh : You didn't say I come in
Interviewer : I reject you!
Banta Singh : You Appoint me
Santa: What is another difference between a mosquito and a fly?
Banta: A fly can fly but a mosquito cannot mosquito.
Banta: When did George Washington die?
Santa: two days before his funeral.
***There's a funeral procession of a sardar going on a busy street. All the sardars in the funeral are dancing the bhangra and singing and general 'balle balle' is on. The people on the street find it strange that instead of mourning everyone is celebrating as if it's a marriage baarat. So one of
them asks Jugnu Singh, "Singh saab, aapka koi sagewala gujar gaya hai aur aap naach raheho?"...comes the reply, "Haan ji ! Hai hi baat bade khushi ki !!! Aaj paheli baar ek sardar *brain* tumour se mara hai
Passerby watched two sardarjis in a park. One was digging holes and the other was immediately filling them in again. Tell me,' said the passerby, 'What on earth are you doing?' Well,' said the digger, 'Usually there are
three of us. I dig the hole, Balwant plants the tree saplings and Gurpreet fills in the hole. Today Balwant is ill, but that doesn't mean Gurpreet and I get the day off, does it?
Sardarji: Nurse, I am very eager to know my blood group.
Nurse: B positive
Sardarji: please tell me soon ....
Nurse: B positive
Sardarji: Madam, I am positive, but eager to know the group of my blood.
A Sardarji bought a new car. Next day he is driving his car to office.
On the way he was waiting for the Signal. Suddenly he opened the door and got down. Then he went to the Traffic Police and asked him, 'How much should I pay to turn right?' The Policeman was astonished and asked, 'Why are you asking like this?' Then Sardarji showed him the sign board which was in the corner of the road: 'Free Left Turn'