Pune Jokes

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    Mumbai to Pune

    Hot 3 years ago

    This happened about a month or two ago near Lonavala and even though it sounds like something out of the X-Files or from an Alfred Hitchcock movie... it's real! This guy drives from Mumbai to Pune and decides not to take the new expressway as he wants to see the scenery. The inevitable happens and when he reaches the ghats his car breaks down - he's stranded miles from nowhere. Having no choice he starts walking on the side of the road, hoping to get a lift to the nearest human habitation. It's dark and raining and pretty soon he's wet and shivering. The night rolls on and no car goes by, the monsoon rains are so strong he can hardly see a few feet ahead of him. Suddenly he sees a car coming towards him. It slows and then stops next to him - without thinking the guy opens the car's door and jumps in. Seated in the back, he leans forward to thank the person who had saved him when he realizes there is nobody behind the wheel!!!
    Even though there's no one in the front seat and no more...

    Over the weekend, I left Mumbai on Western Express Highway heading towards Pune, when I decided to stop at a comfort station.
    The first toilet was occupied, so I went into the second one. I was no sooner seated than I heard a voice from the next toilet:
    "Hi, how are you doing?"

    Well, I am not the type to chat with strangers in highway comfort stations, and I really don't know quite what possessed me, but anyway, I answered, a little embarrassed: "Not bad."
    And the stranger said: "And, what are you up to?"
    Talk about your dumb questions! I was really beginning to think this was too weird! So I said: "Well, just like you I am driving to Pune?"

    Then, I heard the stranger, all upset, say: "Look, I'll call you right back, there is some idiot in the next toilet answering all the questions I am asking you. Bye!"

    Murdered English

    Hot 4 years ago

    There are examples of some charming misprints. In Pune Cantonment they have a separate mess for officers of the Intelligence Bureau. The signboard reads "Intelligence Mess".
    Again in Pune, a devout truck driver has printed behind his vehicle: "God is grate." Another warning overtakes "Horn Blow". And a butcher advertises his wares as "Farash meet of Pork sold here". The best is the signboard on a bakery: "Bakery Number One Dilruba & Sons The biggest loafers in town."

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