Jan 31, 2008


A worldwide survey was conducted by the UN. The only question asked was:

"Would you please give your honest opinion to the shortage of food in the rest of the world?"

the survey was a huge failure.. u kno why??

  • In Africa they didn't know what 'food' meant.

  • In India they didn't know what 'honest' meant.

  • In Europe they didn't know what 'shortage' meant.

  • In China they didn't know what 'opinion' meant.

  • In the Middle East they didn't know 'solution' meant.

  • In the South Ameraica they didn't know what 'please' meant.

  • And in the USA they didn't know what 'rest of the world' meant.

Courtesy:: Dunno. I jus know its not mine. Pinched it from somewhere. But i liked it a lot :P


  1. He he!I had got this as a fwd once and liked it a lot! :)

  2. The question is very important at the moment....it's a serious issue in the world. It's very interesting.....I was very eager to see the results of survey......but, ha ha ha, the answers are also right. They tell a lot about the countries.

  3. @ sameera

    i got it frm sum magazine.. i liked it too :D

    @ Indian Farmer
    yeah.. its a very imp topics of the century.. 'burning topic' according to my year books.. lolz..

  4. Hehe ssnab !!!
    You collected it from a magazine.. A humour filled sarcasm... And it was fun to read your line of charge on the internet..Haha...AAj kal cable conncetion nahi internet connection band kar deti hai !!!wow !!!

  5. In India they didn't know what 'subtle' meant.


    Awesome Read!

  6. nice one..
    last point was the best..

  7. Oye twadde naam ko ki hua ? i was surprised ki bhai yeh kon naya bizitor he ? profile dekha to yeh ssnab he :))))

  8. hey,

    your real name is more complicated than Knatchbulley Hughzscene.... :)

    where did you get this theme from?? this is the mother of all themes :p

  9. haha...nice one!!! so very true about respective countries...

  10. hey thanks for ur comment loved ur thts n ideas :) keep rolling


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