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It's a Ripoff!

I heard this joke recently and it made me laugh out loud. I don't know if it would have the same affect on others. I'm going to share it and see what happens.

Ram and Shyam, simple north Indian village lads, are discussing the latest Indian international sensation, the film 'Slumdog Millionaire'. This is actually a Hollywood movie set in India, starring Indian actors. It has been wildly successful internationally and has bagged a few Oscars.

Ram: That movie 'Slumdog Millionaire' is a hopeless film. A total ripoff.

Shyam: Why do you say that? It's a big international hit!

Ram: So what? It's a big cheat. I sat through it for the full the full three hours and I saw slums, slums and more slums; and do you know what? There wasn't a dog anywhere!

Funny or what(lol)? Well, what do you think?

Comments

  1. ha ha.. good one!

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  2. Ha ha, clever!

    LOVED that movie by the way, absolutely amazing!!

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  3. Inventiveness and skillful !!!


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