Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Interesting code words to convey your message!

Some of the old jokes I enjoyed are ever green in my memory. I am not able to reproduce them verbatim. However I will use my free style to share them in this blog.

The guy is employed in the army and he has to leave his wife when she is about to deliver their wonderful baby. He is engaged in a fierce battle between his country and the neighboring countries. Contents of letters to the military personnel are normally censored so as to keep the soldiers in good spirits to win the battle.

Our guy explained to his spouse about the wartime censorship and devised an ingenious method of code words to mark the new arrival in his family without the interference of censorship.

As soon as the baby was born his wife sent a message "Spare part arrived".

He wanted to know whether it was a boy or girl. He shot a message back "Convey whether transmitter or receiver?"

Courtesy: Readers Digest

1 comment:

  1. Bwahahahahahaha. That's a good one indeed.

    Have a terrific day. :)