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From: "Stephen Wong" <idwong@tm.net.my>

Subject: Fw: Jokes abt Bean

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 12:10:38 +0800

-----------------Joke about Mr. Bean----------------------------------------

One day, Mr. Bean gets a new born child. So he starts filling the birth certificate. At the same time, a couple who are touring India, met him and congratulated him on getting a son. Mr. Bean is very happy. The next day, the couple go to Delhi. There they find the very same Bean writing the very same form. The puzzled couple approached Mr Bean and asked him " Mr Bean, yesterday, we saw you at Mumbai filling the same certificate, but today you are here?"

Mr. Bean replies "I came here because on the certificate it said: WRITE IN CAPITAL."


At the examination hall, Mr. Bean was reading the instructions on the question paper before crying out in despair. He thought for a while and started stripping his shirt, pants, & hellip; On seeing that, the invigilator rushed forward and asked "Bean why are you stripping yourself?" To which Mr. Bean replied "But the instruction say: ANSWER IN BRIEF."


The doctor told Mr. Bean that if he ran eight kilometres a day for 300 days, he would loose 34 kilos. At the end of 300 days, Mr. Bean called the doctor to report he had lost weight, but he had a problem. "What's the problem?" asked the doctor. "I'm 2400 km from home."


2 Beans got fed up with the Indian Govt and decided to blow up the parliament. They take 2 bombs, put them in a suitcase in the front seat of their car and set off. One asks the other "What happens if the bombs blast off now"

The other says "Don't worry. I have a spare bomb in the back seat"


Mr. Bean was filling up an application form for a job. He promptly filled the columns titled NAME, AGE, ADDRESS etc. Then he came to the column "SALARY EXPECTED". He was not sure what to write there. After much thought he wrote : Yes.

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