A woman from Michigan and another from the East coast were seated side-by-side on an airplane. The woman from Michigan, being friendly and all, said, "So, where are you from?"

The East coast woman said, "From a place where they know better than to use a preposition at the end of a sentence."

The woman from Michigan sat quietly for a few moments and then replied, "So, where are you from, you silly bitch?"
On one fine sunny day, Akbar and Birbal were taking a leisurely walk in the palace gardens. Suddenly, Akbar thought of testing Birbal's wits by asking him a tricky question.

Emperor asked Birbal, "How many crows are there in our kingdom?"

Birbal could sense the amusement in the king's voice, and within a few minutes Birbal replied, "My king, there are eighty thousand nine hundred and seventy-one crows in our kingdom.""

Surprised and amazed, Akbar further tested Birbal, "What if we have more crows?"

Birbal replied, "Oh, then the crows from the other kingdoms must be visiting us."

"What if there are lesser crows?" asked Akbar.

"Well, then some of our crows must be visiting other kingdoms," replied Birbal with a grin on his face.

Akbar smiled at Birbal's great sense of humour and wit.