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Meet the optimist who lights match before asking for cigarette
In the best interest of readers, I have listed some humorous definitions of some common words - with an aim to make you smile. Though funny, but sometimes they exactly mean that. Read on.

LAUGHTER IS considered one of the best antidotes to various psychological problems. But to stretch the facial muscles, something funny has to happen. Let’s go through some humorous definitions to bring smile on the faces of readers.

Conference: A meeting of bored people

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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