Santa enters a shop that sell curtains. He announces to Gurdaya, the salesman, ‘I would like to buy a pair of green curtains.’
The salesman assures him that they had a large selection of green curtains. Gurdaya shows him several patterns, but Santa seems to be having a hard time choosing.
Finally, he selects a smashing green floral print. The salesman asked what size curtains he requires.
Santa replies, ‘Fifteen inches.’
‘Fifteen inches? ‘ explodes Gurdaya. ‘That sounds a very small amount, what room are they for?’
Santa tells him that they aren’t for a room, they are for his computer monitor.
Gurdaya, an extremely surprised salesman replies, ‘But, sir, computers do not have curtains!” ‘
Santa says, ‘Hellllooooooooo……..I’ve got Windows.’
Santa returns from his first day at school and immediately questions his father, ‘Dad, today we had a spelling class. All the other kids could only say half the alphabet, but I knew the whole thing. Is that because I am a Sardar?’
‘No son, that’s because you are intelligent.’
Santa seemed content with the answer, asks his father another question, ‘Dad, today we had Maths class. All the other kids could only count from 1-10, I could count from 1 to 20. Is this because I am a Sardar ?’
‘No son, that’s because you are intelligent,’ replies his father.
Happy with the answer, Santa poses another question to his father, ‘Dad, today we had medical examination, all the other boys were shorter than me, I was at least twice their height. Is that because I am a Sardar ?’
The father replies, ‘No son, that’s because you are 33 years old.’
Santa and Jeeto were preparing wedding cards for their son at the printers.
Jeeto was not very good at English so she asked the printer to help her. After the printer had presented her with a draft, she quickly pointed out that the “RSVP ” was missing .
The printer was surprised by Jeeto’s knowledge and asked her if she knew what it meant.
Jeeto started to think and after much thought he replied, ‘Vait! I remember. I remember. RSVP. It means “Remember, Send Vedding Present.”