Pappu :- Sir, ji log English ya Hindi mein hi baat karte hai, Maths mein kyon nahi??

Sir :- Jyada 3, 5 na kar , 9 , 2 , 11 , ho ja varna 5 , 7 , maar dunga . 6 ke 36 najar aayenge Aur 36 ke 36 bahar aa jayenge .

Sir :- Sir , Hindi aur English hi thik hai. Maths vakayi khaufanaak subject hai !!!!!

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TopNewestHahaha!! Good one @Krunal Deshmukh , Although many people won't understand that, but let's only talk in English, or Hindi!! :D:D

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Does the translation of the joke work? If so, please tell it!

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Hahaha...It is based on hindi phrases and idioms and won't be as funny.

But it is about a kid who asks his teacher if Maths could be used as language for conversation. To which, the teacher replies with some rude (AND FUNNY!!) comments using numbers. And the student finally quits by saying that maths IS a dangerous subject.

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Like if i hit you with 5-7 across your face, all of your 32 teeth will come out. (Although i don't know, why 36 teeth have been mentioned in the joke, LOL: Maybe coz the student is a mutant!! Hehe)

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yuppp..

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