A guy goes over to his friend’s house, rings the bell, and the wife answers.
” Hi, is Tony home?”
” No, he went to the store.”
“Well, you mind if I wait?”
” No, come in.”
They sit down and the friend says “You know Nora, you have the greatest breasts I have ever seen. I’d give you a hundred bucks if I could just see one.”
Nora thinks about this for a second and figures what the hell – a hundred bucks. She opens her robe and shows one. He promptly thanks her and throws a hundred bucks on the table.
They sit there a while longer and Chris says “They are so beautiful I’ve got to see the both of them. I’ll give you another hundred bucks if I could just see the both of them together.”
Nora thinks about this and thinks what the hell, opens her robe, and gives Chris a nice long look. Chris thanks her, throws another hundred bucks on the table, and then says he can’t wait any longer and leaves.
A while later Tony arrives home and his wife says “You know, your weird friend Chris came over. ”
Tony thinks about this for a second and says “Well did he drop off the 200 bucks he owes me?”
A farmer was sitting in the neighborhood bar getting drunk. A man came in and asked the farmer, “Hey, why are you sitting here on this beautiful day, getting drunk?” The farmer shook his head and replied, “Some things you just can’t explain.”
“So what happened that’s so horrible?” the man asked as he sat down next to the farmer.
“Well,” the farmer said, “today I was sitting by my cow, milking her. Just as I got the bucket full, she lifted her left leg and kicked over the bucket.”
“Okay,” said the man, “but that’s not so bad.” “Some things you just can’t explain,” the farmer replied. “So what happened then?” the man asked. The farmer said, “I took her left leg and tied it to the post on the left.”
“Well, I sat back down and continued to milk her. Just as I got the bucket full, she took her right leg and kicked over the bucket.”
The man laughed and said, “Again?” The farmer replied, “Some things you just can’t explain.” “So, what did you do then?” the man asked.
“I took her right leg this time and tied it to the post on the right.”
“Well, I sat back down and began milking her again. Just as I got the bucket full, the stupid cow knocked over the bucket with her tail.”
“Hmmm,” the man said and nodded his head. “Some things you just can’t explain,” the farmer said.
“So, what did you do?” the man asked.
“Well,” the farmer said, “I didn’t have anymore rope, so I took off my belt and tied her tail to the rafter. In that moment, my pants fell down and my wife walked in … Some things you just can’t explain.”
The very first time the two of us met,
We were caught in a friendship’s net.
You are I, together gelled so damn well,
Every time I was in a fix I would ring your door bell,
As time passed and we grew closer and closer,
To the world outside, you gave me an easier exposure,
You made me understand what is right and wrong,
I have depended on your advice all my life along,
I will always be thankful for moments we shared,
They brought us closer to each other like butter and bread,
And those crazy things we did together,
Coz’ they turned us into best friends forever!
While many intelligent people attend Harvard University, Mark Zuckerberg became known quickly as the go-to computer programmer on campus. By his sophomore year, he had already built two programs: CourseMatch and FaceMash. Both programs became wildly popular, but the university shut down the latter program after it was deemed to be inappropriate.
Based on his acclaim on campus, Zuckerberg partnered with friends to create a social networking site that allowed Harvard students to connect with each other. The site officially went live in June 2004 under the name “The Facebook,” and Zuckerberg ran it out of his dorm room.
After his sophomore year, Zuckerberg dropped out of college to pursue what was then called Facebook full-time, and the website reached 1 million users by the end of 2004.
This explosion of user growth attracted the attention of many venture capital firms, and Zuckerberg eventually moved out to Silicon Valley in 2005. Facebook received its first round of venture capital (VC) investments from VC firm Accel Partners, which invested $12.7 million in the site that was still only open to Ivy League students.
By the end of 2005, however, Facebook was opened up colleges and other schools, causing the website to reach 5.5 million users. Since 2005, Facebook has received numerous acquisition offers from the likes of Yahoo and Microsoft, has been through legal battles, and has increased the number of its users all the while.
As of 2015, Facebook has over 2 billion monthly active users, and it is valued at a market cap of $272 billion as of July 2015. Zuckerberg, who owns nearly 423 million shares of Facebook stock, has become one of the youngest multibillionaires in history.
Kapil Sharma was born on 2 April, 1981, in the beautiful city of Golden Temple, Amritsar. Kapil’s father was a constable in Punjab police. He did part time job at ,a phone booth after class 10th to earn his pocket money. Enrolled for Commercial arts course in college, and did theater to earn some income, as he couldn’t afford to pay its fees. Struggled in theater for almost 10 years, before earning, big accolades from entertainment industry. During this time he lost his father due to cancer, and had to take financial responsibilities of his family. Kapil Sharma Got his first television break on TV for a show, “Hasde Hasande Ravo” , in a Punjabi channel MH-1 in 2005 at the age of 24 years. Then appeared for Great I ndian Laughter Challenge of 2007-series -3 audition and was rejected in his own city, Amritsar. Read more this touching story..Struggling Story Of kapil sharma | A heart touching real story