>>The Sardarni asked her lover, Santa Singh "Santa Darling, if we get engaged
will you give me a ring?"
>>"Sure" replied Santa "What's your phone number?"
>>Once Santa Singh, the psychiatrist, met a friend and exclaimed, "I heard you are dead."
>>"But you see I'm alive," smiled the friend.
>>"Impossible," said Santa Singh. "The man who told me is much more reliable than
>>Banta Singh went to an eye specialist to get his eyes tested and asked, "Doctor, will I
be able to read after wearing glasses?"
>>"Yes, of course," said the doctor, "why not!"
>>"Oh! How nice it would be ," said Banta with joy,
>>"I have been illiterate for so long."
>>Santa Singh was brought to court on charges of Drunken Driving. Just before the trial there was a commotion in the gallery. The judge pounded the gravel on his table and shouted, "Order, order." Santa immediately responded, "Thank you, your honour, I'll have a scotch and soda."
Mr. Jaswant singh went to a grocery stores collected the grocery and came to the counter and person at the counter started preparing bill for the items.Singh asked " Where is the fat ?"The person didn't understand what Singh was saying and said, "Excuse me sir, FAT???"
Sardar : "Yes Fat, Give me the fat"
Sardar started shouting and arguing with the person and all people gathered and Manager of that grocery stores came there and asked Sardar about the problem. Then sardar said "Hey Manager look, I took a yogurt from your stores and it was written 'FAT FREE' on that but this guy is not giving me the fat.
What do you call a sardar who drinks only beer?
Just-beer Singh ('T' silent!).
OUR SARDAR went to JAPAN and bought a beautiful sweater for his father . He sent it to his father by parcel post along with a note.( INORDER TO SAVE MONEY ) The note said : ' The buttons of the sweater are removed since they where too heavy and added to the postage . You will find them in the right hand pocket of the sweater
One day our sardar was walking thru the road. He met his friend driving a car. His friend asked him, 'Can I give you a lift?'
Sardarji replies, 'No thanks. I live on the ground floor