Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin called on a psychiatrist and told him that he had problems and needed help. “I want to talk to you,” said the Mulla, “because my ethics have not been what they should be and my conscience is bothering … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

A young playwright gave a special invitation to Mulla Nasrudin to watch his new play. The Mulla came to the play, but slept through the entire performance. The young playwright was indignant and said, “How could you sleep when you … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin had lost out in the last election and was feeling sorry for himself. “I was a victim,” he said, “nothing but a victim.” “A victim?, asked a friend. “A victim of what?” “A VICTIM OF ACCURATE COUNTING,” said … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin was telling his wife about a dream he had experienced the night before. “It was terrible,” he said. “I was at a birthday party at Joe’s house. His mother had baked a chocolate cake three feet high, and … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin said to his wife, “My dear, this article says women need more sleep than men.” “Is that right? ” she said . “YES, DEAR,” said the Mulla, “SO MAYBE YOU’D BETTER NOT WAIT UP FOR ME TONIGHT.”

Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin had been fishing all afternoon. A man, who had just walked up, asked him, “How many have you caught today, Mulla?” “Well,” said Nasrudin, “IF I CATCH THIS ONE THAT’S NIBBLING, AND THEN TWO MORE, I WILL HAVE … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

“Insurance is the greatest thing in the world,” the eager insurance salesman said to his prospect, Mulla Nasrudin. “Why, I carry a $75,000 policy on my own life, payable to my wife.” “IN THAT CASE,” said Nasrudin, “WHAT EXCUSE DO … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin went to see his lawyer about a divorce. “What grounds do you think you have for a divorce?” the lawyer asked. “It’s my wife’s manners,” said the Mulla. “She has such bad table manners that she is disgracing … Continue reading

Osho Jokes

Mulla Nasrudin rushed into a bar and said breathlessly, “The usual, please, and hurry, I gotta catch my train.” The bartender set up five martinis in a row and the Mulla gulped the second, third and fourth, leaving the first … Continue reading