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This Sardarji goes to the doctor and says "Doc, I ache all over.

Every where

I touch it hurts."

The doc says "Ok, touch your elbow."

The sardarji touches his elbow and winces in genuine pain ..

The doc, surprised,says "touch your head."

The sardarji touches his head and jumps in agony.

The doc asks him to touch his knee and the same thing happens.

Every where the sardarji touches it hurts like hell.

The doc is stumped and orders a complete examination with X-rays

etc... and tells the Sardar to come back after two days.

Two days later the sardar comes back and the doctor says,

"We've found your problem..."

"Oh yeah? what is it ?"

'You've broken your finger!'


The doctor told the sardarji that if he ran eight kilometers a day

for 300 days, he wouldd loose 34 kilos. At the end of 300 days, the

sardarji called the doctor to report he had lost the weight, but he

had a problem."What's the problem?" asked the doctor. "I'm 2400 kms

away from my home now."



"I have a bad headache. I'll visit the doctor." said Santa to Banta

"Nonsense, yesterday I had a headache, I dashed home, gave a big kiss to my wife and the pain disappeared.Why don't you try it?" replied Banta.

Santa said: "Good idea, call up your wife and tell her I'll be right over."

  There was this case in the hospital's Intensive Care ward where patients always died in the same bed and on Sunday morning at 11  a.m., regardless of their medical condition. This puzzled the doctors and  some even thought that it had something to do with the supernatural.
Why the death? So the doctors decide to go down to  the ward to investigate the cause of the incidents. So on the next Sunday morning few minutes before 11 a.m., all doctors and nurses nervously wait outside the ward to see for themselves what the terrible phenomenon was all about.
Some were holding wooden crosses, prayer books and other holy objects toward off the evil........ Just when the clock struck 11,....

Santa Singh,  the part-time Sunday sweeper, entered the ward
and unplugged the  life support system so that he could use the vacuum