Slogan - Sleep

My seven year old’s suggestion for new slogans to help increase traffic awereness is Regular naps prevent old age, especially if you take them while driving.


Dog in Backyard

Me and My husband Jim were excited when neighbours moved into the next house. To our badluck, they bought a dog with them which always barks in the mid of the night and disturbs our sleep. One day, after midnight, Jim said “I had enough of this” and went out When he came back, he was bleaming with pride though the dog was still barking. The next morning I found […]


Surprise her

One day, a customer came to my shop and bought a bathroom scale. He wanted it gift-wrapped and wanted the label to say “Happy Birthday Honey” When I enquired, he says, “My wife’s birthday is nearby and she wants a sportscar. She hinted at it saying I want somthing that goes from 0 to 170 in 3 seconds. This is gonna be a big surprise for her”


Safety Award - Reporting Fires

We are a bunch of scientist at an arms factory are are involved in testing a new kind of flare for the army. In the past three weeks, atleast half a dozen fires broke out during the tests due to faulty flares. The irony of the situation is, I am going to get a medal next week, for being most vigilant in reporting fires



Regulations say, that every delivary to my son in NCC camp,  be labelled in large letters . He then went from camp to camp in search of his dream. One day, to encourage him, I sent him a box full of home-made extra sweet cookies with the lable “COOKIES”. He never got them. The next lot was labelled “HEALTH FOOD” The package was delievered the first thing in the morning


Reading the Olympic Symbol

As the keynote speaker at an Olympic fund-raiser, a politician told his speechwriter to prepare something upbeat and motivational. Glancing quickly at the text the morning of the address, the politician bellowed, “What kind of nonsense is this? You want me to open my remarks with ‘Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh’?” “Sir,” replied the aide, “I think you’re reading the Olympic symbol.” (Taken from Readers Digest)


There Goes My Sarcasm

I hired a new CEO who is from the navy. I always got irritated that he is late to work though he is a veteran. I thought I would use a little sarcasm and one day asked him, “John, what is the first thing, officers of navy say, when you arrive late to work?” “Good Morning General” *There goes my sarcasm*


My Dad is In Navy

Having passed the enlistment physical, Jon was asked by the doctor, “Why do you want to join the Navy, son?” “My father said it’d be a good idea, Sir.” “Oh? And what does your father do?” “He’s in the Army, Sir.”