Mahinda decided to write the MBA exam. He could understand every thing except for the LOGIC part. One day when he was reading, his old friend Wimal came home.
Wimal: Mahinda How is your MBA preparation?
Mahinda: Every thing is fine, but I could not understand Logic.
Wimal: Logic is very easy.
Mahinda: Can you give me an example, so that I can understand.
Wimal: OK. Do you have fish pot in your house?
Wimal: Logically, there will be water in it.
Wimal: Logically, there will be fish in it.
Wimal: Logically, someone will be feeding the fish.
Wimal: I take a guess that your wife will be feeding the fish.
Wimal: so, logically, your are married.
Wimal: So, that means U are a heterosexual.
Mahinda was very glad and more...
These are the services offered at Mihin Lanka.
MENU: No western food is available. Only kekulu hale buth, indi appan, kurakkan pittu, kurakkan thalapa, pathola maluwa, parippu maluva and fried wel malu. Kiri peni and Hambantota kalu dodol are available for dessert.
BEVERAGES: No imported wines. You have a choice between' pol raa' (toddy) and' kashiya' (aka katukambi and suduwa).
IN FLIGHT MAGAZINE: A copy of Mahinda Chinthana
SMOKING: This is a non smoking flight but beedis are allowed. You can also enjoy a bulath vita. Please be careful when you open the window to spit.
IN AN EMERGENCY: You will find Buddhist monks chanting' Ithpiso bhagava...' in the screen in front of you
CLASSES: FIRST CLASS (Renamed Mahinda Class) Has only two seats and they are permanently reserved for Mahinda maama and his wife.
BUSINESS CLASS (Renamed Basil class) Reserved for Ministers, but only a limited number of ministers can be allowed due to the limitations in the more...
Once Mahinda Rajapakse, Ranil Wikramasinghe & Mervin Silva were
travelling in a Taxi. They met with an accident and all three of them died. Yama was waiting for this moment at the doorstep of death. He asks Mahinda and Ranil to go to HEAVEN.
But, for Mervin, Yama had already decided that he should be sent to HELL.
Mervin is not at all happy with this decision. He asks Yama as to why this discrimination is being made. All the three of them had served the public. Similarly, all took bribes, all misused public positions, etc. Then why the differential treatment?
He felt that there should be a formal test or an objective evaluation before a decision is made; and should not be just based on opinion or pre-conceived notions.
Yama agrees to this and asks all the three of them to appear for an English test. Mahinda is asked to spell' SRI LANKA' and he does it correctly. Ranil is asked to spell' INDIA' and he too passes. It is Mervin's turn and he is asked to spell' more...