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Tale of karims caps and monkeys - Indian Jokes

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Once upon a time there was a nice young man called Karim. He used to sell caps
for a living, and roamed around several villages. One day he would be in 
Mughalsarai, the other day people would find him in Faizabad. 

It was an afternoon in the summer and he was traversing the vast plains when he 
felt tired and wanted to have a nap. He found a nice mango tree with lots of 
branches and cool shade, placed his bag of caps beside him and went to sleep. 
Tired as he was, he was quickly fast asleep. When he woke up after a refreshing
little nap, he found that there weren't any caps in his bag! 

"Oh, Allah!", he said to himself, "Did the thieves have to find me of all 
people?" But then he noticed that the mango tree was full of cute monkeys 
wearing colorful caps! 

He yelled at the monkeys and they screamed back. He made faces at them and 
found the monkeys to be experts at that. He threw stones at them and they 
showered him with raw mangoes. 

"Ya Allah, how do I get my caps back," he said. 

Frustrated, he took off his own cap and slammed it on the ground. And Lo, the
stupid monkeys threw their caps too! Smart Karim didn't waste a second, 
collected the caps and was on his way. 


Young Abdul, grandson of famous topiwala Karim who was also working hard at 
making $$$ doing his family business, was going through the same jungle. 

After a long walk he was very tired and found a nice mango tree with lots of
branches and cool shade. Abdul decided to rest a while and very soon was fast
asleep. A few hours later, when Abdul woke up, he realized that all the caps 
from his bag were gone! Abdul started searching for the same and to his 
surprise found some monkeys sitting on the mango tree wearing his caps. 

Abdul was frustrated and didn't know what to do. And then he remembered a 
story his grandfather proudly used to tell him. 

"Yes!!!! I can fool these monkeys!!!", said Abdul. 

"I'll make them imitate me and very soon I'll get all my caps back!" 

Abdul waved at the monkeys -- the Monkeys waved at Abdul. Abdul blew his nose
-- the Monkeys blew their noses. Abdul started dancing -- the Monkeys were 
also dancing. Abdul pulled his ears -- the Monkeys pulled their ears. Abdul 
raised his hands -- the Monkeys raised their hands. 

Abdul threw his cap on the ground ............ .... one of the monkeys jumped
down from the tree, walked up to Abdul; slapped him and said, "Do you think O