Humors

Jewish Humor :
Two Jews argue : “I tell you that black and white are colors !”
No ! replied the other, are not colors ! …
“Let’s see Rabbi then !” … And they will see the Rabbi about their problem.
“Rabbi, is that white and black are real colors?”
“Yes,” said Rabbi
“So, you see ! The black and white TV that I’ve sold you, is a color TV !…”

Sufi Humor :
One day, Nasr Eddin bought a chalvar [pants] in a clothing store. Upon checking, he said : “Should I not take in his place, a djubbé [flowing robe] ?”
So he exchanged against the garment which he tested and went to him like a charm.
He was about to leave when the seller reminded him that he had not paid.
The Hodja [Nasr Eddin] took astonishment:
– How is that ?! Did I not traded it against the pants ?
The merchant, stunned, stammered:
– That’s true, but you did not have either paid for the pants!
Nasr Eddin reasoned him :
– What a strange shopkeeper you do ! You want me to pay for a commodity that I do not buy ?!

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3 Responses to Humors

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nasrudin walked into a shop one day, and the owner came forward to serve him.
    Nasrudin said, “First things first. Did you see me walk into your shop?”
    “Of course.”
    “Have you ever seen me before?”
    “Never.”
    “Then how do you know it was me?”

  2. Anonymous says:

    Nasrudin was explaining how he was the ‘boss’ in his household.
    “I always get the last word,” said Nasrudin.
    “My wife tells me to do something and I say, ‘Okay’.”

  3. Anonymous says:

    “Nasrudin, is your religion orthodox?”
    “It all depends,” said Nasrudin, “on which bunch of heretics is in power.”

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