Funny visiting card – no laughing matter

I am not the kind to make fun of somebody`s mistakes – especially because my English teacher never made fun of me. She didn`t because she knew that I was eyeing her and if she showed more care towards me (coz I was weak), I might mistake that for love.

There were eight of us in the class who were in love with that English teacher. Incidentally, she had stepped down from being a college lecturer to being a higher secondary school teacher because of the “typical lover boy behavior” by everybody in college.

Why am I giving you all this gyaan? Well, check out this visiting card I picked up two days back. If you don`t get the humor, leave a comment – just make sure it is anonymous. 🙂

Funny Visiting Card

Any other such visiting card mistakes you are aware of?

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7 thoughts on “Funny visiting card – no laughing matter

  1. ha ha ha.. jammy where from you get these stuff? Also haev you read in some colleges like thi s

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  2. which school did u go to?
    well lemme come to the question … straight.. whats her name?
    i mean the english teacher…. am very weak in english!
    and 9841382523
    is it selvi’s number or selvam’s number?

  3. This reminded me of what the great raconteur Randor Guy once told me in an interview: One of his friends was busy with his daughter’s wedding. Being a perfectionist, he wanted every thing to be proper. The wedding arrangements, the mandap’s decor, the bridal wear, the food, the guests’ list and everything connected to the wedding. The friend visited Randor Guy’s house to ‘personally’ hand over the invitation card. Beaming from ear to ear, the friend announced that he’d done everything the way he wanted – PERFECT! The smile left the man’s face when Guy peered over his reading glasses, burst into laughter, slapped his thighs and told his friend: “Hey, but what have you printed here as your the groom’s occupation!”

    The invitation card read: S Srinivasan Iyengar, Pubic Relations Officer.

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