Mulla Nasruddin Short Jokes Collection - Part 12

1. A preacher was being entertained at dinner and the other guests were praising his sermon. One
of them turned to Mulla Nasrudin, who was at the talk, but had remained silent, and asked,
"Mulla, what did you think of the sermon?" "OH, IT WAS ALL RIGHT," said Nasrudin, "ONLY HE
PASSED UP THREE REAL GOOD PLACES WHERE HE COULD HAVE SPED."



2. Mulla Nasrudin's wife complained bitterly to the Mulla. "I am absolutely ashamed of the way we
live. Mother pays our rent. My aunt buys our clothes. My sister sends us money for food. I don't
like to complain, but I am ashamed that we cannot do better than that." "YOU SHOULD BE
ASHAMED," said Nasrudin. "YOU HAVE GOT TWO UNCLES THAT DON'T SEND US A DIME."



3. A man in the upstairs apartment yelled to Mulla Nasrudin downstairs, "If you don't s playing
that clarinet, I will go crazy." "TOO LATE NOW," said Nasrudin. "I SPED AN HOUR AGO,
SIR."


4. The preacher was visiting Mulla Nasrudin in the hospital, who had been injured in a fight. "I am
going to pray so you will forgive your enemy for hitting you with a brick," the preacher said. "IT
MIGHT BE BETTER," said Nasrudin, "IF YOU WAITED UNTIL I GET OUT OF HERE AND THEN
PRAY FOR THE OTHER FELLOW, SIR."


5. The wife of Mulla Nasrudin had received a beautiful skunk coat for her birthday a gift from her
husband. "Why," she said with excitement,"I just can't understand how a beautiful coat like
that could possibly come from such a miserable evil-smelling little beast."

"WELL," said Nasrudin, "I DID NOT EXACTLY EXPECT ANY GRATITUDE FROM YOU, BUT I DO THINK I
DESERVE A LITTLE BIT MORE RESPECT."


6. A vacuum cleaner salesman rang the doorbell of Mulla Nasrudin's house and was admitted by a
woman, who immediately left the room. After talking a bit to the Mulla who was in the room,
the salesman said, "Was that your wife, Sir, who let me in?" "CERTAINLY. DO YOU THINK I
WOULD HIRE A MAID AS HOMELY AS THAT?" asked Nasrudin.


7. The drunk Mulla Nasrudin approached the policeman on the corner and said, "Pardon me,
Officer, but where am I?" "You are on the corner of Main and Forth," the policeman said.
"NEVER MIND THE DETAILS," said Nasrudin. "WHAT TOWN AM I IN?"



8. "Everybody has something to be thankful for," the minister said to Mulla Nasrudin, who was
sitting in his office telling a tale of woe. "Look at the man across the street from you who just
lost his wife in an automobile accident." "YES," said Nasrudin, "BUT EVERYBODY CAN'T BE THAT
LUCKY, SIR."



9. "This is a lesson in logic," said the old professor in the teahouse. "If the show starts at nine and
dinner is at six and my son has the measles, and brother drives a Cadillac, how old am I?" "You
are eighty-four," replied Mulla Nasrudin promptly.

"Right," said the professor. "Now tell the rest of the fellows here how you arrived at the correct answer." "IT'S EASY," said Nasrudin. "I HAVE
GOT AN UNCLE WHO IS FORTY-TWO AND HE IS ONLY HALF NUTS, SIR."


10. Mulla Nasrudin's son, home from college, was talking to his father about the "Law of
Compensation," which he had studied. "If a person loses one eye," he explained, "the sight in
the other becomes stronger.

If he loses the hearing in one ear, the hearing in the other becomes more acute. If he loses one hand, he becomes more agile with the other." "I GUESS THAT'S RIGHT," said Nasrudin. "I HAVE ALWAYS NOTICED THAT WHEN A MAN HAS ONE SHORT LEG THE OTHER IS LONGER."


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