Cheque Book: A book with an unhappy ending, normally it is so.
Prices: The only thing, which violates the law of gravity, yes soaring prices
Middle age: When a man switches off the bedroom light early, not for romantic but economic reasons, quite practical.
Old age: When you wink at a girl and she says, “Any thing wrong with your eye, uncle? Very well said!
Life: Is a cigarette, which begins with flashes but ends with ashes, universal fact.
Politician: One who shakes your hand before election but your confidence afterwards, indeed non trustworthy.
Diplomat: A person who thinks twice before saying nothing, a wise decision.
Optimist: A person who lights a match before asking for a cigarette, is it so?
Boss: A person who comes early to see who comes late - a good practice to maintain discipline.
Exams: Where the foolish ask questions which the wise cannot answer.
Difference between an optimist and a pessimist: An optimist goes to the window in the morning and says, “Good Morning, God.” A pessimist goes to window and says, “My God, it’s morning, thanking the God on sunrise is a far better proposition in life.
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