Rickshaw Jokes

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    INDIAN ROAD RULES
    1. Do we drive on the left or right of the road? The answer is "both".
    Basically you start on the left of the road, unless it is occupied. In
    that case, go to the right, unless that is also occupied. Then proceed by
    occupying the next available gap, as in chess.

    2. Just trust your instincts, ascertain the direction, and proceed.
    Adherence to road rules leads to much misery and occasional fatality.

    3. Most drivers don't drive, but just aim their vehicles in the intended
    direction. Don't you get discouraged or underestimate yourself. Except for
    a belief in reincarnation, the other drivers are not in any better
    position.

    4. Don't stop at pedestrian crossings just because some fool wants to
    cross the road. You may do so only if you enjoy being bumped in the back.
    Pedestrians have been strictly instructed to cross only when traffic is
    moving slowly or had come to a dead stop more...

    Ramjibhai was downtown with his wife and four little children when he decided to take a Rickshaw home.
    Approaching a Rickshaw driver, he demanded, "How much will you charge to drive us to the Ghatkopar? "
    "I figure Rupees 2/- apiece for you and your wife," said the driver.
    "I'll take the four kids along for nothing."
    Ramjibhai turned to his children and said, "Jump in kids, and have a nice ride home.
    Your Ba and I will take the train."

    Ramjibhai was downtown with his wife and four little children when he decided to take a Rickshaw home.

    Approaching a Rickshaw driver, he demanded, "How much will you charge to drive us to the Ghatkopar? "
    "I figure Rupees 2/- apiece for you and your wife," said the driver. "I'll take the four kids along for nothing."

    Ramjibhai turned to his children and said, "Jump in kids, and have a nice ride home. Your Ba and I will take the train."

    Ramjibhai was downtown with his wife and four little children when he decided to take a Rickshaw home. Approaching a Rickshaw driver, he demanded, "How much will you charge to drive us to the Ghatkopar? "

    "I figure Rupees 2/- apiece for you and your wife," said the driver.

    "I'll take the four kids along for nothing."

    Ramjibhai turned to his children and said, "Jump in kids, and have a nice ride home.

    Your Ba and I will take the train."

    After a number of years in England Natha Singh decided to visit his native village in Punjab. But he decided to spend a few days in Bombay and then a day in Delhi to pay homage in the Bangla Saheb Gurdwara near Connaught Place.
    He landed in Bombay and a friend received him. He enjoyed his sightseeing in Bombay and after a couple of days boarded a train for Delhi. He went into deep sleep in the train. This train reached Bhopal at about 8 a. m. Someone in the compartment put on the radio. And the Hindi newsreader's voice said, Yeh, Dilli hai. This woke up Natha Singh. He got up hurriedly, collected his bags, got down and went out of the Railway Station. He got into a cycle rickshaw and told the puller to go to Bangla Saheb Gurdwara near Connaught Place. Now this clever muslim rickshaw puller of Bhopal smiled to himself, and was on his way.
    After two hours the rickshaw puller, with a worried look told Natha Singh that he had lost his way and would like to ask someone for more...

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