Stories in English and Roman Sindhi Script




Joke no. 41


An easy solution
Savlo hal


A friend of mine once said to me, 'My God! This fellow phones me 1O times a day .He is just eating my brain.;'
Hikr^e d~ost~a moo'nkhe chayo,'Dh~an~ee rahim kare .! Hee maan~hoo d^ee'nha'n me'n d^aha d~afaa moo'nkhe phone th~o kare .Asul mu'nhi'njo maghhzu khaaee viyo aahe ..'



I said, ‘That is news.’
Moo’n chayo maa’ns ,'Ihaa t~a naee'n khhabar chaibee .’



My friend gave me a puzzled look and said, What news ?
Mu’nhi’nje d~os~t~a moo’n d^aa’n h mu’njhiyal numoone me’n nihaariyo ai’n chayaaee’n’ ,’Kahir^ee naee’n khhabar?’



I said,'I did not know you had a brain .How can one eat something that does not exist?’
Moo'n chayomaa'ns,' Moo'nkhe khhabara kona huee t~a t~okhe maghhzu aahe. Jekaa shai huje-ee na ,t~a unakhe keea'n khaaibo ?



My friend said,’ My God! Instead of helping me, you are making fun of me.’
Mu'nh'nje d~ost~a chayo ,Dh~an~ee mu'nhi'njaa !Moo'nkhe mad~ad~ karan~a je bad~raa'n moo'nt~e thatholee kare rahiyo aahee'n.'



I told him,'You should have taken his first call and known the reason for his phoning you.'
Moo'n chayo maa'ns ,'Pahire'n d~afe hee huna khaa'n puchhee'n haa t~a chho phone kayo ath'as .'



My friend said ,'Oh my God ! That did not occur to me.'
Mu'nhi'nje d~ost~a javaab d^ino ,Dh~an~ee mu'nhi'njaa ! Moo'nkhe t~a iho khhyaala me'n bi na aayo.'



Now what is your opinion about this man? Do write to me.
Haan~ee moo'nkhe b^udh~aayo t~a t~avhaa'njee inhe maan~hooa je baare me'n kahir^ee raai aahe ? Moo'nkhe zaroor likho .'



In life there are so many persons like him who don't work in proper fashion .They complicate things for themselves and others
Hayaat~eea me'n ahir^aa jaam maan~hoo'n hoo'nd~aa aaahin jeke saheeh numoone me'n kamu kona ka'nd~aa aahin .Pa'nhi'n je laai bi mo'njhaaro kan ai'n b^iyan laai bi,''



And above all claim they are overworked and waste your time in trying to convince you about it .Find me one person who says he is disorganized but is doing his best to put things in order
Vad^ee g^aalh t~a sabhu d~aavaa ka'nd~a aahin t~a math~in t~amaam kama jo vad^o bojo aahe . Ain t~ahvaa'nkhe ihaa g^aalh maj~aain~a me'n t~avhaa'njo vakt~u vij~aaee'nd~aa aahin .Moo'nkhe hikr^o maan~hoo d^ekhaariyo ,jeko chae th~o t~a maa'n ultu pultu kamu ka'nd~o aahiyaa'n para haan~e zabard~at~ koshish kayaa'n vetho t~a pa'nhi'nje kama me'n sudh~aaro aan~yaa'n .



End of the joke


Joke no. 42


Beggar and the girl friend
Fakeer ai'n sa'nd~as Saahir^ee

Beggar: 'Sir,Give me twenty rupees for tea.'
Fakeer: Saaee'n mu'nhi'njaa !Moo'nkhe chaahi'n je laai d^aha roopayaa d^iyo.'


The man said: But a cup of tea costs only Rs.5
Maan~hooa chayo, 'Para chaa'nhi t~a 5 roopaye mila'nd~ee aahe.'


The beggar replied,'Sir,' But I have also to give tea to my girl friend .'
Fakeer javaab d^ino,' : Para saaee'n moo'nkhe pa'nhi'njee girl friend khe bi chaahi''n d^iyan~ee aahe .'


Man: I didn't know that you beggars also made girl friends.'
Maan~hoo: Moo'nkhe khhabara kona huee t~a t~avhee'n fakeera bi girlfriends thaahee'nd~aa aahiyo.'


Beggar: No Sir :' It is the girl friends who make us beggars.
Fakeer: Na saaee'n! Ihe girl friends hee asaa'nkhe fakeer thi~yoo'n thaaheen.'


End of the joke


Joke no. 43


Present before suicide
Khhood~kasheea khaa'n ag^ume'n sookhr^ee


The husband said to the wife,'I am so sick of your daily requests that I have decided to commit suicide.'
Mard~a zaala khe chayo,' Maa'n tu'nhi'nje roz roz je farmaaishun maa'n ahir^o t~a t~a'ng th~iyo aaahiyaa'n jo moo'n khhood~kashee karan~a jo faislo kayo aahe.'


The wife replied: 'Before you do so, buy me a white sari which will be useful after your death.'
Zaala chayo,'Ie'n karan~a khaa'n ag^u, mu'nhi'nje laai hika achhee sar^ee vathee d^e jekkaa tu'nhl'nje maut~a khaa'n kam ee'nd~ee.'


End of the joke


Joke no. 44


Two deaths in the family
Ghara me'n b^a maut~a

A person cried a lot on his father’s death.
Hikr^e maan~hooa pa'nhi'nje peeu je maut~a t~e d^aadho runo.


People consoled him over it.
Maan~hun khes d~ild~aaree d^inee.


Meantime, he received his sister’s phone call.
Et~re me'n bhen~as jo phone aayo.


At this he started sobbing even more.
Inhe t^e vadh~eeka ruan~u shroo kayaee'n.


People asked him, 'What has happened?
Maan~hun puchhiyus,' Chaa th~iyo aahe?'


He said,What a calamity! My sister's father has also died.’
Hina javaab d^ino, 'Chhaa t~a Kahir^u. Mu'nhi'nje bhen~ jo bi maree viyo aahe.'


End of the joke


Joke no. 45


A Miser
Hiku Kanjoos


One day a few guests came to the house of a miser'
Hika d^ee'nhu hika kanjoosa je ghar kuchhu mahmaana aayaa.


The wife said to the husband,'Go and bring something for the guests.'
Zaala mur^sa khe chayo,' Vaj~u ai'n kuchhu mahmaanan laai aan~.'


The miser went out and brought a taxi'
Kanjoos b^aahir viyo ai'n hika Taxi vathee aayo.


(sindhi by Inayat memon)

End of the joke


Joke no. 46


Fooling someone
Ka'nhi'nkhe Uloo banaain~u

Friend : Are you trying to make a fool of me?
D~ost~: Chhaa t~oo'n moo'nkhe Uloo banaain~a jee koshish kare rahiyo ahee'n?


Reply ::I let nature take its own course .I dare not interfere.
Javaab :Maa'n kud~irat~ khe jekee van~e, so karan~ d^ee'nd~o aahiyaa'n. Maa'n vicha me'n pavan~a khaa'n dhij~a'nd~o aahyaa'n.'


End of the joke


Joke no. 47


Unfair allegations
Ajaayaa Ilzaam

Wife: You are always accusing me of buying unnecessary things.Look a yourself. You have bought a fire extinguishher last year. Have you used it until today?
Zaala: T~oo'n hamesha moo'nt~e ilzaam rakha'nd'o aahee'n t~a maa'n ajaayoo'n shayoo'n khhareed~ ka'nd~ee aahiyaa'.Th~oro paan~a d^aa'nh bi nazara pheraai..Ag^ye'n saal t~o hiku fire extinguisher khhareed~ kayo aahe. Chhaa aj~aa'n t~aaee'n kama me'n aa'nd~o ath~aee?'


End of the joke


Joke no. 48


Happy ending
Aaakhhir me'n Khhooshee

I bumped into a friend of mine. He look so happy.
Moo'nkhe ocht~o hiku d~ost~u gad^iyo. D^aadho khhoosh piye lag^o...


I asked him, What is the reason of your looking so happy?
Puchhiyomaa'ns: T~u'nhi'nje hair^e khhossh lag^an~a jo kahir^o sabab aahe?


He replied"I paid of my debts last night.'
Javaab d^inaaee'n, 'Kalha raat~ jo moo'n pa'nhi'njaa sabhu karza d^e-ee pooraa kayaa


I asked,'Where did you get the money from?'
Puchhiyomaa'ns: Paisaa kith~aa'n milyai?


He said'Nothing of the sort.My creditor had a heart attack last night and died .
Javaab d^inaee'n :Ahr^ee kaa g^aalh konhe. Kaalha moo'nkhe karzu d^ee'nd~ar heart attack me'n maree viyo .


End of the joke


Joke no. 49


Making a fortune
Had~a paiso kamaain~u

A friend asked me 'How did you make your fortune.
Hikr^e d~ost~a moo'nkhaa'n puchhiyo: T~o et~raa paisaa kee'a'n kamaayaa?'


I replied,'I became the partner of a very rich man. He had money and I had experience
Moo'n javaab d^inomaa'ns: Moo'n hika t~amaam shahooakaar maan~hooa saa'n bhaaeevaree kayee. Hunakhe paisoo ho ai'n moo'nkhe aazmood~o


The friend asked,So what happened?'
D~ost~a puchhiyo,' Poi chhaa th~iyo ?'


I replied,'Now I have his money and he has my experience'
Moo'n chayo:Haan~e moo'nkhe huna jo paiso aahe ai'n hunakhe mu'nhi'njo aazmood~o


End of the joke




Joke no. 50


Winning a race
Duka me'n khatan~

Boy to the mother,'I won this watch in a sprint race.'
Chhokr^e maau khe chayo, 'Moo'n heea watcha hika duka je competition me'n khatee aahe.'


Mother asked proudly,'Who were your competitors?"
Maau fakhhura maa'n puchhiyo,'Tu'nhi'njaa competitors ker huaa?'


The boy replied,'The owner of the watch,the policeman and myself.'
Chhokr^e javaab d^ino, Watcha jo maalik, police vaaro and maa'n.'


End of the joke