Westside's tales of humor.

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  1. Westside
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    I'll be posting more soon: [​IMG]

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    One day I borrowed a pot from my neighbour Ali. The next day I brought it back with another little pot inside. "That's not mine," said Ali. "Yes, it is," I said. "While your pot was staying with me, it had a baby."

    Some time later I asked Ali to lend me a pot again. Ali agreed, hoping that he would once again receive two pots in return. However, days passed and I still did not returned the pot. Finally Ali lost patience and went to demand his property. "I am sorry," I said. "I can't give you back your pot, since it has died." "Died!" screamed Ali, "how can a pot die?" "Well," I said, "you believed me when I told you that your pot had had a baby."
     


  2. Awdofgum

    Awdofgum Wadofgum

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    that's not what she said
     
  3. mercluke

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    Is too!
     
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    ha..ha..ha..
     
  5. Westside
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    Westside Sogdiana

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    Me and a friend were discussing our wives, when it occurred to the friend that I had never mentioned my wife's name.

    "What is your wife's name?" he asked.

    "I do not know her name," I admitted.

    "What?" asked the friend in disbelief. "How long have you been married?"

    "Twenty years," I answered, then added, "At first I did not think that the marriage would last, so I did not take the effort to learn my bride's name."
     
  6. Bob Evil

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    These sound suspiciously familiar to me ... Then again, I have read a lot of Middle Eastern & Asian folklore and tales [​IMG]
     
  7. Westside
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    I had two wives, one much older than the other.

    "Which of us do you love the most?" asked the older wife one day.

    "I love you both the same," I answered, wisely.

    Not satisfied with this answer, the older wife continued, "If the two of us wives fell out of a boat, which one of us would you rescue first?"

    "Well," I replied, "you can swim a little, can't you?"
     
  8. Salamantis

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    I am so glad you are back [​IMG]
     
  9. Orc

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    Ah, hello there, Nasreddin.
     
  10. Westside
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    Westside Sogdiana

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    Good afternoon Ali. [​IMG]
     
  11. Bob Evil

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    Out of the corner of your eye
  12. xalphax

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    keep 'em coming!
     
  13. Bob Evil

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    He will ... as soon as he finishes cutting & pasting them lol


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  14. xalphax

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    there i thought he had to translate them from uzbek first [​IMG]
     
  15. CockroachMan

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    I lol'd
     
  16. Awdofgum

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    I just reread them all and for some odd reason i laughed uncontrollably this time.
     
  17. Westside
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    One day I went to the market and then I realized I needed a quarter to call my mother.
    I asked the first person I saw: "My friend where are you from?"
    He replied: "Samarkand!"
    I said "My friend I lived there for two years! We are almost like brothers! Brother, you got a quarter I can borrow?"
    Unwillingly he took out a quarter and gave it to me.
    After calling my mother I realized I needed a cigarette to calm down, I saw another guy.
    I asked this guy: "My friend where are you from?"
    He replied: "Tashkent!"
    I said "My friend I lived there for five years! We are almost like brothers! Brother, you got a cigarette I can borrow?"
    Unwillingly he took out a cigarette and gave it to me.
    I suddenly realized I needed a lighter for the cigarette.
    I asked another guy: "My friend where are you from?"
    After seeing what I did to the other guys he was pissed.
    "Your mom!" He replied.
    I thought about it, and the said. "My mom? My friend, I lived there for 9 month!! We are almost like brothers! Brother, you got a lighter I can borrow?"

    ..... I'm sorry if this one is a little cheesy. [​IMG] It's funnier in Uzbek.
     
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    One day me and my friends were sitting at the coffee house. A young boy carrying a tray of baklava attracted the attention of one of the men.

    `Hodja Effendi, look!' he pointed, `That boy is carrying a tray of baklava.'

    `It's none of my business.' I shrugged my shoulders.

    `But, Hodja, watch! He is taking it to your house.'

    `In that case,' I asserted, `it's none of your business.'

    *Hodja and Effendi are both Turkic honorifics. Used to describe a person who is highly respected.

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    One day I was going to the market place on my donkey. A rich acquaintance, riding a horse, caught up with me. He was looking for an opportunity to brag about his horse and belittle me.

    `Hodja, Hodja, how is the donkey going?' he asked in a mocking tone.

    `The donkey is going on a horse.' I shot back.
     
  19. Orc

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    Westside Hodja, for he is wise and explosive.
     
  20. CockroachMan

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    Lol.. that was the funniest one XD