Brain Storm

May 28, 2007

Who is clever???

Filed under: Mail Forwards — prashantjadhav @ 10:37 pm

One night 4 college students were playing till late night and didn’t study for the test which was scheduled for the next day. In the morning they thought of a plan. They made themselves look as dirty and weird with grease and dirt. They then went up to the Dean and said that they had gone out to a wedding last night and on their return the tyre of their car burst and they had to push the car all the way back and that they were in no condition to appear for the test.

So the Dean said they can have the re-test after 3 days. They thanked him and said they will be ready by that time.

On the third day they appeared before the Dean. The Dean said that as this was a Special Condition Test, All four were required to sit in separate classrooms for the test.

They all agreed as they had prepared well in the last 3 days.

The Test consisted of 2 questions with the total of 100 Marks.

Q.1. Your Name…………………….( 2 MARKS )

Q.2. Which tyre burst ?……………( 98 MARKS )

a) Front Left
b) Front Right
c) Back Left
d) Back Right

True story from IIT Bombay…
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May 27, 2007


Filed under: Mail Forwards — prashantjadhav @ 10:43 pm

This story happened in the days of Lao Tzu in China, and Lao Tzu loved it very much:

There was an old man in a village, very poor, but even kings were jealous of him because he had a beautiful white horse. Kings offered fabulous prizes for the horse, but the man would say, “This horse is not a horse to me, he is a person and how can you sell a person, a friend?” The man was poor, but he never sold the horse.

One morning he found that the horse was not in the stable. The whole village gathered and said, “You foolish old man! We knew that someday the horse would be stolen. It would have been better to sell it. What a misfortune!”

The old man said, “Don’t go so far as to say that. Simply say that the horse is not in the stable. This is the fact; everything else is judgment. Whether it is a misfortune or a blessing I don’t know, because this is just a fragment. Who knows what is going to follow it?”

People laughed at the old man. They had always known he was a little crazy. But after fifteen days, suddenly one night the horse returned. He had not been stolen; he had escaped into the wild and not only had that he brought a dozen wild horses with him.

Again the people gathered and they said, “Old man, you were right. This was not a misfortune; it has indeed proved to be a blessing.”

The old man said, “Again you are going too far. Just say that the horse is back… who knows whether it is a blessing or not?” It is only a fragment. You read a single word in a sentence – how can you judge the whole book?”

This time the people could not say much, but inside they knew that he was wrong. Twelve beautiful horses had come.

The old man had an only son who started to train the horses. Just a week later he fell from a horse and his legs were broken. The people gathered again and again they judged. They said, “Again you proved right! It was a misfortune. Your only son has lost the use of his legs, and in your old age he was your only support. Now you are poorer than ever.”

The old man said, “You are obsessed with judgment. Don’t go that far. Say only that my son had broken his legs. Life comes in fragments and more is never given to you.”

It happened that after a few weeks the country went to war, and all the young men of the town were forcibly taken for the military. Only the old man’s son was left because he was crippled. The whole town was crying and weeping, because it was a losing fight and they knew that most of the young people would never come back. They came to the old man and they said, “You were right, old man – this has proved a blessing. May be your son is crippled, but he is still with you. Our sons are gone forever.”

The old man said again, “You go on and on judging. Nobody knows! Only say this that your sons have been forced to enter the army and my son has not been forced. But only God, the total, knows whether it is a blessing or a misfortune.”

Judge not, otherwise you will never become one with the total. With fragments you will be obsessed, with small things you will jump to conclusions. Once you judge you have stopped growing. Judgment means a stale state of mind. And mind always wants judgment, because to be in a process is always hazardous and uncomfortable.

In fact the journey never ends. One path ends, another begins: one door closes, another opens. You reach a peak; a higher peak is always there. God is an endless journey. Only those who are so courageous that they don’t bother about the goal but are content with the journey, content to just live in the moment and grow into it, only those are able to walk in the total.
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May 26, 2007


Filed under: Mail Forwards — prashantjadhav @ 7:23 pm

Once upon a time in a village a man appeared who announced to the villagers that he would buy monkeys for Rs. 10. The villagers seeing that there were many monkeys went out in the forest and started catching them. The man bought thousands at 10 and as supply started to diminish and villagers started to stop their effort he announced that now he would buy at 20 rupees.

This renewed the efforts of the villagers and they started catching moneys again. Soon the supply diminished even further and people started going back to their farms. The offer rate increased to 25 and the supply of monkeys became so that it was an effort to even see a monkey let alone catch it.

The man now announced that he would buy monkeys at 50! However, since he had to go to the city on some business his assistant would now buy on behalf of the man. In the absence of the man, the assistant told the villagers. Look at all these monkeys in the big cage that the man has collected. I will sell them to you at 35 and when the man comes back you can sell it to him for 50. The villagers queued up with all their saving to buy the monkeys.

After that no body found that man and that assistant, only monkies and monkies and monkies…..
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Why why why…???

Filed under: Mail Forwards — prashantjadhav @ 7:13 pm

Why do banks charge a fee on “insufficient funds” when they know there is not enough money in your account?

Why does someone believe you when you say there are four billion stars, but check when you say the paint is wet?

Why do we press harder on a remote control when we know the batteries are flat?

Why doesn’t glue stick to the bottle?

Why do they use sterilized needles for death by lethal injection?

Why doesn’t Tarzan have a beard?

Why does Superman stop bullets with his chest, but ducks when you throw a revolver at him?

Why do Kamikaze pilots wear helmets?

If people evolved from apes, why are there still apes?

If it’s true that we are here to help others, what are the others doing here?

How important does a person have to be before they are considered assassinated instead of just murdered?

If money doesn’t grow on trees then why do banks have branches?

Why does a round pizza come in a square box?

Why is it that people say they “slept like a baby” when babies wake up every two hours?

Why do people pay to go up tall buildings and then put money in binoculars to look at things on the ground?

Why do doctors leave the room while you change? They’re going to see you naked anyway…
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U can not hold your laugh……..!!!

Filed under: Mail Forwards — prashantjadhav @ 7:03 pm

A little boy wanted Rs.50 very badly and prayed for weeks, but nothing happened. Finally he decided to write God a letter requesting the Rs.50.
When the postal authorities received the letter addressed to God, INDIA, they decided to forward it to the President of India as a joke.

The President was so amused, that he instructed his secretary to send the little boy Rs.20. The President thought this would appear to be a lot of money to a little boy, and he did not want to spoil the kid. The little boy was delighted with Rs.20, and decided to write a thank you note to God, which read:

“Dear God: Thank you very much for sending the money. However, I noticed that you sent it through the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi, and those donkeys deducted Rs.30 in taxes ….”

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May 23, 2007


Filed under: Mail Forwards — prashantjadhav @ 11:11 pm

मला कोणाचीच काळजी नाही

असं सगळे म्हणातात……..





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VIJAYKANTH Captain’s most punching Dialogues in English……

Filed under: Mail Forwards — prashantjadhav @ 11:06 pm


  1. U can study and get any certificates. But u cannot get your death certificate
  2. U may have AIRTEL or BSNL connection but when u sneeze u will say HUTCH
  3. U can b ecome an engineer if u study in engineering college. U cannot be come a president if u studies in Presidency College
  4. U can expect a BUS from a BUS stop … u cannot expect a FULL from FULL stop
  5. A mechanical engineer can be come a mechanic but a software engineer cannot b ecome a software
  6. U can find tea in teacup. But cannot find world in world cup
  7. U can find keys in Keyboard but u cannot find mother in motherboard.

This is South India!!!
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Ever been in this situations before?

Filed under: Mail Forwards — prashantjadhav @ 11:02 pm

Ever been in this situations before?

I was barely sitting down when I hear a voice from the other stall saying: “Hi, how are you?

I’m not the type to start a conversation in the men’s restroom but I don’t know what got into me, so I answered, somewhat embarrassed, “Doin’ just fine!

And the other guy says: “So what are you up to?

What kind of question is that? At that point, I’m thinking this is too bizarre so I say: “Uhhh, I’m like you, just traveling!

At this point I’m just trying to get out as fast as I can when I hear another question. “Can I come over?

Ok, this question is just too weired for me but I figured I could just be polite and end the conversation. I tell him, “No……… I’m a little busy right now!!!

Then I hear the guy say nervously…….

Listen, I’ll have to call you back. There’s an idiot in the other stall who keeps answering all my questions!!!

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May 21, 2007

एक यक्ष प्रश्न

Filed under: Mail Forwards — prashantjadhav @ 10:50 pm

माकडांपासुन माणूस बनला असेल तर….

अजून माकड शिल्लक कशी…?
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May 20, 2007

Great finishes

Filed under: Mail Forwards — prashantjadhav @ 8:34 pm
  • Keep your office clean… stay home!!!
  • Be quiet in the office…… respect the fact that others sleep!
  • When you get this E MAIL, send it to 1 person u love, 1 u hate, 1 u always think of and 1 u wish to kill. Now, keep guessing why I sent it to u.
  • The IDEAL man does not smoke, does not drink, does not flirt, goes to bed early, in short… does not exist.
  • Sometime my mind asks why I miss you? Why I care for you? Why I remember you? Then my heart answers it’s simply because mental patient needs more care.
  • Like energy, love can neither be created nor destroyed. It can just be transferred from one girlfriend to another girl friend…

And the final one…

Great people talk about ideas, average people talk about things, small people talk about others… But legends never talk, they FW: mails.
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