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, hard of hearing, realises that he needs to buy a hearing aid, but he feels unwilling to spend too much money.
‘How much do they cost?’ he asks Manbir, the shopkeeper.
‘That depends,’ says. Manbir, ‘They run from £20 to £2,000.’
‘Let’s see the £20 model,’ asks Santa.
Manbir puts the device around Santa’s neck instructing, ‘You just stick this button in your ear and run this little string down to your pocket.’
‘How does it work?’ Santa inquires.
‘For only £20 it doesn’t work,” Manbir replies, ‘But when people see it on you, they’ll talk louder!’
Santa kept having the same strange dream every night, so he made an appointment to see a doctor.
Doctor Ajaib: What was your dream about?
Santa: I was being chased by a vampire!
Doctor Ajaib: [smiling to himself] So… what is the scenery like?
Santa: I was running in a hall way.
Doctor Ajaib: Then what happened?
Santa: Well that’s the weird thing. In every single dream, the same thing happened. I always come to this door, but I can’t open it. I keep pushing the door and pushing the door, but it wouldn’t budge!
Doctor Ajaib: Does the door have anything written on it?
Santa: Yes it does.
Doctor: And what do these letters say?
Santa: It says, “Pull.”