Friday, January 06, 2006

A joke


There were 4 sardars in Mumbai. They decided to start a
They had a lot of discussions on the type of business and finally
decided to start
a hotel.They selected the best of locations and cooks and built the
hotel. The hotel was
inaugurated and was awaiting its first customer.The sardars waited
and waited but nobody
turned up. The story was the same the next day. A week passed but
nobody turned up.
WHY ? - B'cos there was a sign at the entrance "Visitors not
allowed".After the failure of
their hotel they decided to start an auto garage.They bought the
best of car servicing
equipment's and soon started the garage. The 4 sardars waited that
day for the first car to
arrive but no car entered their garage. They waited for one day, 2
days ,a week but no car
came to their garage.
WHY ? - B'cos their garage was on the first floor.After this failure
decided to fall back on the good old taxi driving.
They bought a new Premier Padmini running on
CNG and began to look for passengers.
They drew past Church gate but nobody hailed their taxi.
They went to Nariman point yet nobody hailed their taxi.
They drove to Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, even there
nobody hailed their taxi. In desperation they kept on
driving all around Mumbai but alas no one hailed their taxi.
WHY ? - B'cos all the four sardars were sitting in the taxi.
All the 4 sardars were very disgusted with their naseeb and
decided to push their taxi into the sea at Marine Lines.
They started pushing their taxi. They pushed the whole day
and were very exhausted but the taxi did not move even an inch.
They decided to rest for the night and start the next day.
The next day the story repeated itself. The taxi just wouldn't move.
They pushed for a whole week but the taxi wouldn't budge.
WHY ? - B'cos two sardarjis were pushing from front and two from

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