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Minggu, 09 Januari 2011

FUNNY STORIES

WHO DISCOVERED AMERICA???
John Doel was teaching geography in an elementary school. He showed a world map on the board and asked his students.

“Steve, come over to the board and show us where America is on the map” John Doel said.

Steve went to the board and pointed to a certain place on the map.

“No, Steve, that’s not America. That’s Africa,” said John Doel. “Now, David, where is America?”

David came to the board and pointed to a certain place on the map.

“No, David, that is Australia. Thank you and sit down,” commented John Doel. “Now, it’s your turn Gladys. Where is America?”

Gladys came to the board and pointed to a certain place on the map.

“Good, Gladys. You are correct. That is America,” said John Doel. “Now, next question. Vivian, who discovered America?”

Vivian thought for a moment and said, “Gladys, sir!”

MAN'S QUALITIES
One day someone asked Nasreddin, "What are the best qualities of mankind?"

"Well," he replied, "a philosopher once told me that there are two. He had forgotten the one, but he told me the other. But to tell you the truth, I've since forgotten that one, too."


A WOMAN AND A DOG 
One day someone asked Nasreddin, "What are the best qualities of mankind?"

"Well," he replied, "a philosopher once told me that there are two. He had forgotten the one, but he told me the other. But to tell you the truth, I've since forgotten that one, too."
   
HOW TO KEEP A TIGER AWAY
One day Molla Nasreddin was sprinkling some powder on the ground around his house.

"Molla, what are you doing?" a neighbor asked.

"I want to keep the tigers away."

"But there are no tigers within hundreds of miles."

"Effective, isn't it?" Molla replied.

SECRET OF LONGEVITY
One day Nasreddin was asked the secret to longevity.

"Keep your feet warm, your head cool, be careful what you eat and don't think too much."longevity = umur panjang

FATHER, SON, AND A DONKEY
One day, Nasreddin and his son went on a journey. Nasreddin preferred to let his son ride the donkey while he walked. Along the way, they passed some travelers.

"Look at that healthy young boy on the donkey! That's today's youth for you! They have no respect for their elders! He rides while his poor father walks!"

The words made the lad feel very ashamed, and he insisted that his father ride while he walked. So Nasreddin climbed on the donkey and the boy walked by his side. Soon they met another group.

"Well, look at that! Poor little boy has to walk while his father rides the donkey," they exclaimed.

This time, Nasreddin climbed onto the donkey behind his son.

Soon they met another group, who said, "Look at that poor donkey! He has to carry the weight of two people."

Nasreddin then told his son, "The best thing is for both of us to walk. Then no one can complain."

So they continued their journey on foot. Again they met some travelers.

"Just look at those fools. Both of them are walking under this hot sun and neither of them is riding the donkey!"

In exasperation, Nasreddin lifted the donkey onto his shoulders and said, "Come on, if we don't do this, it will be impossible to make people stop talking."

THE SMELL OF SOUP
Elementary level

One day, a poor man, who had only one piece of bread to eat, was walking past a restaurant. There was a large pot of soup on the table. The poor man held his bread over the soup, so the steam from the soup went into the bread, and gave it a good smell. Then he ate the bread.

The restaurant owner was very angry at this, and he asked the man for money, in exchange for the steam from the soup. The poor man had no money, so the restaurant owner took him to Nasreddin, who was a judge at that time. Nasreddin thought about the case for a little while.

Then he took some money from his pocket. He held the coins next to the restaurant owner's ear, and shook them, so that they made a jingling noise.

"What was that?" asked the restaurant owner.

"That was payment for you," answered Nasreddin.

"What do you mean? That was just the sound of coins!" protested the restaurant owner.

"The sound of the coins is payment for the smell of the soup," answered Nasreddin. "Now go back to your restaurant."


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