Humour is part of our daily life without which we all will be depressed and sad. We share funny jokes with our friends & family members in English & Urdu to have fun and enjoy our life.
People share these jokes through Facebook, Whatsapp and other social media sites. Here are some common jokes: Teacher: What do you call a person who cannot hear anything?
Here are some jokes which you can share with your friends and relatives:
Student: You can call him anything, because he cannot hear anything. Teacher: If your father earned $100,000 and gave half of it to your mother, what would she have?
Student: A heart a attack!
Student: Mam,will you punish me for something that I didn’t do?
Teacher : Not at all.
Student: That’s good. Actually I didn’t do my homework!
Q: Is Google male or female?
A: Female, because it doesn’t let you finish a sentence before making a suggestion.
I call my toilet “the Gym” That way it sounds better when I say I go to the Gym first thing every morning.
Which book has helped you the most in your life?”
Women: “My husband’s check book!”
My friend thinks he is smart. He told me an onion is the only food that makes you cry, so I threw a coconut at his face.
— Mohammad Umer (@101umer) April 14, 2018
Though majority of the people share English & urdu jokes, some people prefer latifay their mother language such as Punjabi, Sindhi, etc.
People also target a whole group, tribe or nationality in jokes. In Pakistani usually jokes are made against Pathan while in India Sardar (Sikhs) are the target, we should avoid such jokes because it may hurt the sentiments of a large group of people.