Tumhe Apni Zindagi Main Ek Shark Chahiye…


A, B, C were having lunch together on a sunny afternoon. While eating the delicious Ghar-Ka-Khana, C started an interesting discussion
C:  A, why don’t you get married.
A: You are not my well wisher. I hope to stay single for some more time.
B: You often say that life has become dull and boring. The marriage will make it happening. Let me tell you a story
One upon a time in Japan, people could find fish very close to the sea shore. Gradually, all the fishes on the sea shore were consumed by the Japanese people. Now, the fishermen had to go a bit further to catch the fishes. It used to take one day to come back from the sea, which made the fishes stale. As time passed, the fishermen had to go even further into the sea due to which they started taking five days to come back. The fisheries business was badly affected because of the fishes getting stale.
A young fisherman thought of an idea of freezing the fishes to keep them fresh. Although the quality improved, the business did not catch up. Then the fisherman, made a small pool in his boat. Even though the fishes were alive when delivered to market, they became dull in the pool. Next, the fisherman put a shark inside the pool. Now, the fishes were as fresh as they used to be when they were caught on the sea shore.
So, tumhe apni zindagi main ek shark chahiye (You need a shark in your life). Shaadi kar lo (Get married).
All of us shared a healthy laugh at the end of the story. We were still laughing, when C’s phone rang.
C: Lo meri shark ka phone aa gaya.
In the hustle & bustle, C poured curry over his trouser. [;)].

A, B, C were having lunch together on a sunny afternoon. While eating the delicious Ghar-Ka-Khana, C started an interesting discussion

C:  A, why don’t you get married.

A: You are not my well wisher. I hope to stay single for some more time.

B: You often say that life has become dull and boring. The marriage will make it happening. Let me tell you a story

One upon a time in Japan, people could find fish very close to the sea shore. Gradually, all the fishes on the sea shore were consumed by the Japanese people. Now, the fishermen had to go a bit further to catch the fishes. It used to take one day to come back from the sea, which made the fishes stale. As time passed, the fishermen had to go even further into the sea due to which they started taking five days to come back. The fisheries business was badly affected because of the fishes getting stale.

A young fisherman thought of an idea of freezing the fishes to keep them fresh. Although the quality improved, the business did not catch up. Then the fisherman made a small pool in his boat. Even though the fishes were alive when delivered to market, they became dull in the pool. Next, the fisherman put a shark inside the pool. Now, the fishes were as fresh as they used to be when they were caught on the sea shore.

So, tumhe apni zindagi main ek shark chahiye (You need a shark in your life). Shaadi kar lo (Get married).

All of them shared a healthy laugh at the end of the story. They were still laughing, when C’s phone rang.

C: Lo meri shark ka phone aa gaya.

In the hustle & bustle, C poured curry over his trouser. [;)].

Cheers!!

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