3 politically incorrect jokes for these tense times

As Pakistan’s image undergoes a metamorphosis from player to perpetrator in the “War on Terror”, Vikash N. forwards three jokes about our not so friendly neighbours that first surfaced after 9/11.

Those who read them then are invited to skip reading now.

Or else….


A man is taking a walk on Marine Drive in Bombay. Suddenly he sees a little girl being attacked by a dog. He runs over and starts fighting with the dog. He succeeds in pulling the dog away and saving the little girl’s life.

A policeman, who was watching the scene, walks over and says: “You are a hero, tomorrow you can read it in all the newspapers:  “Brave Bombayite saves life of little girl”.

The man says: “But I am not a Bombayite!”

“Oh, then the newspapers will say: ‘Brave Indian saves life of little girl’.”

“But I am not an Indian!” says the man.

“Oh, what are you then?”

The man says: “I am a Pakistani!”

“Then, the next day the newspapers will say: ‘Terrorist kills innocent Indian dog’.”


Manmohan Singh and George W. Bush are sitting incognito at a dhaba. A truck driver walks in and asks the dhaba owner, “Isn’t that sadda Manmohan and Dubya?”

The dhaba owner says, “Haaji, that’s them.” So the truck driver walks over and says, “Oye, what are you netas doing here?”

Bush says: “We’re planning World War III.”

The truck driver says: “Really? What’s going to happen?”

And Manmohan says: “Well, we’re going to kill 15 million Pakistanis and one bicycle repairman.”

And the guy exclaimed: “A bicycle repairman?!”

Manmohan turns to Bush and says: “See, I told you no one would worry about the 15 million Pakistanis!”


Q: What do you call one Pakistani on the moon?

A: Problem….

Q: What do you call ten Pakistanis on the moon?

A: Problem….

Q: What do you call 100 Pakistanis on the moon?

A: Problem….

Q: What do you call all Pakistanis on the moon?

A: Problem solved.

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