Funny Blog Posts

I went through some of the blogs I enjoy reading and saw some blog entries I find funny. I thought I should share these with you. 😀

Gabbahead blogged about a popular joke which he titled A Letter from Grandma

Versions of this joke mail has been around for a while, but it showed up again in my mailbox and I can’t help sharing… [read the rest on his blog]

Earlier today, I had seen another funny one on by one Emmanuel Oluwatosin. And, Really… I couldn’t resist the temptation to laugh

A friend sent this to my mailbox and couldnt resist the temptation to laugh. I am sure this is definitely not true but I respect the ingenuity of some people in coming up with this kind of joke. Anyway, have a feel of what I saw… I believe it will take the cold/heat off you.

A young Yoruba man walked into a bank in New York City and asked for the loan officer. He told the loan officer that he was going to Lagos on a vacation, for two weeks, and needed to borrow $5,000. The bank officer told him that the bank would need some form of security for the loan, so the Yoruba man handed over the keys to a new brand BMW 6 series. The car was parked on the street in front of the bank. The Yoruba man produced the title and everything checked out.

The loan officer agreed to accept the car as collateral for the loan. The bank’s president and its officers all enjoyed a good laugh at the yoruba man, for using an $80,000 BMW as collateral against a $5,000 loan. An employee of the bank then drove the BMW into the bank’s underground garage and parked it there.

Read the rest on the blog

😀 I’m sure the fellow is an Ijebu man. My mum is Ijebu by the way, so, this is not an attack on the great people of Ijebuland.

Just when I thought that was funny, I saw another funny post on Just thots by a naijaman

He titled it Know your Nigerian Political Dictionary…

Senate: Presidential rubber stamp for unpopular laws and illegal constitutional ammendments.

Babacracy: Unitary system of Governnment headed by a powerful life President. Minimum age of 60 required. See also, Nigerian “democracy”.

Chief: Traditional title sold by traditional rulers to the highest bidder.

Honorary degree: A “doctorate” degree confered on an individual by a higher Institution primarily as a form of political patronage.

Privatisation: Sale of public property to members of a countries’ ruling political party and other sycophants.

Read the rest, on the great blog

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Oluniyi D. Ajao
Oluniyi D. Ajao is an Internet Entrepreneur and Tech Enthusiast based in South Africa. Follow him on twitter @niyyie for more tech updates.

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