It is a vast collection of very funny photos for all ages. An old adage says, “A picture is worth a thousand words” but these extremely funny pictures are worthless. You will find a cool collection of funny photos in this page.
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“Kambakht Potty” (Bloody Shit)
“Namaz Apni Jagah, Cell Phone Charging Apni Jagah”
A Bear Trainer and the Huge Bear in a Small Qingqi Rickshaw in Multan. Photo taken by Nasir Khan.
“Himmat Naswar” from Swat; a Tonic for Computer Addicts
Rally against Lotas (Turncoats). ‘Mujhey toilet mein rehnay dou, Parliament ki zeenat na banao’.
Searching for Clothes? This baby has a few clothes only. He will dress up only after he finds his clothes from this washing load.
She Loves Quaid-e-Azam. Her hobby (or probably his dad’s) is to collect photos of Quaid-e-Azam.
Love Forever. The old lady still love her ‘old man’.
One of Them Was a Surprise. The ‘surprise’ baby is giggling while the ‘planned’ baby is just smiling.
Latest Gourmet Item? Is it a latest novelty from Gourmet? Or is it a baby stroller, Pakistani style?
Tipsy Crow. Must be thirsty as well?
A Cobbler’s Hospital for ‘Injured’ Shoes
Bahauddin Zakariya University, D.G. Khan Campus. Two donkeys standing in the porch facing in opposite direction to each other.
Qadam Barhao. Voters of City Area 115, District East, Karachi, could never imagine that this could also happen to their graffiti
No Smoking Area. The No Smoking will be strictly enforced when the sign is properly displayed at its position. By that time the cigarette of this worker will also finish. So no violation of law has been committed here.
Wah Baba! Wah! An old man’s sarcastic message to political parties.
Only in Pakistan
Dog Cart. He has a good dog cart.
Protest for Demand of Marriage
America Bashing. An angry man beats American flag with his shoe at an anti-American rally in Karachi.
What a Ja-e-Namaz!! An old man uses American flag as a prayer rug.
A Stitch in Time. ‘A stitch in time, saves nine’.
Only in Afghanistan. It is possible in Pakistan too.
Seven Kojaks. Probably they are going to receive some Haji (See ‘Hajj Mubarik’ written on the wall) and want to welcome with a clean shaven head. Or may be it is to have some respite in hot weather? In no case, it is for economic reasons. The family is not poor, they have their own tractor as well. You can also spot a future ‘Boom Boom Afridi ‘with a cricket bat & a ball in his hand.
Wise Tailor. Though he is not an MBA but he knows the marketing skills. He alters the trouser and shirt of your elder brother/ father for you.
Mama! Every striped item is his mama. Little zebra says ‘Mama’ to the lines of zebra crossing.
An Organized Bijli Chore
Worried Animal. Even this donkey is worried about Pakistani nation’s future.
How Does a Shaven Cat Look Like? How horrible a cat looks after her hair are shaved off.
Definition of Pakistan. Did you know this definition before?
Thank You for Driving Carefully. If this is the state of careful driving, then imagine how horrible can be an unsafe driving?
Pakistani Steel ‘Helmet’. Making fool of the law. They have short cut for every thing.
Beware All Married Men. The wife is thinking “When is he coming home? 2300 hrs, 2400 hrs, 0200 hrs or 0400 hrs?” See the last item.
Another Wife’s Weapons for Husband Coming Late/Drunk/with Lipstick Marks. Just observe the last weapon, it is in case some lipstick marks are found.
Cows Outside Lakme Beauty Studio. Here come the ‘genuine’ customers.
Is it a Toilet Park? Yes, it is.
Brilliant Idea–Aik Teer Dou Shikaar. Height of economy. The drained water of an air conditioner is efficiently being used in a Desert Cooler.
New ATM in Town
Tattoo of the Year
A Civil Engineer’s Marriage
Buying McDonald’s on Horse Cart
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