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The Ageing Problem

The Ageing Problem


The travelling salesman drove into a small town where a circus was playing.
A sign read: 'Don't Miss The Amazing Sardar.'
The salesman bought a ticket and sat down.
There, under The Big Top, in the center ring, was a table with three walnuts on it..
Standing next to it was a middle aged Sardar.
Suddenly, the Sardar dropped his pants, whipped out his huge male equipment and - crack, crack, crack - smashed all three walnuts with three mighty swings!
The crowd erupted in applause and the Sardar was carried off on their shoulders.
Fifteen years later the salesman visited the same little town, found the same circus and saw the same faded sign that read, 'Don't Miss The Amazing Sardar '
He couldn't believe the old guy was still alive, much less still doing his act!
He bought a ticket.
Again, the center ring was illuminated.
This time, however, instead of walnuts, three coconuts were placed on the table.
The Sardar stood before them, then suddenly dropped his pants and - thud, thud, thud - smashed the coconuts with three swings of his amazing member.
The crowd went wild!
Amazed, the salesman requested a meeting with him after the show.
'You're incredible!' he told the Sardar 'but I have to know something. I saw your act 15 years ago and you were using walnuts. Why the switch from walnuts to coconuts?'
'My son said the Sardar.
Thats because of my age i m growing old
Salesman is puzzled, says "But Sardarji what has it got to do with age?
Sardar "Oye idiot my eyesight is now bad.............. I can't see the walnuts"
That is like a true Son of Punjab


 
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