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Onion jokes which can either make you laugh or cry
The entire country today is less bothered about the devaluation of the Rupee and more bothered about the rising prices of onions. Which is quite understandable, as almost every household kitchen in India, rich or poor, requires onions for cooking food.

The Indian government on its part is trying to bring down the prices by importing onions from Afghanistan. But, do not worry, as we might lose everything in life, but we never ever lose our sense of humor. So, let me share with you a few onion jokes, so that the costly vegetable can make you laugh, rather than making you cry.

Headlines of today :


"Indian government makes it mandatory to show a PAN card to your vegetable vendor before buying 1 kg or more onions"

"Pappu Pyaaz Wala makes it to the list of top 10 Billionaires, surges ahead of Mukesh Ambani"


"SBI launches a new Onion loan scheme"

"Hindus are converting to Jainism to enjoy tasty food without onions"

"Bappi Lahiri has traded his gold jewelery with onion garlands and bracelets. Says that he will wear them to every party"

"Chef Sanjeev Kapoor to make changes in his recipe books: Every recipe will now say: Namak swaad anusaar, Pyaaz aukaad anusaar"


"Taliban have stolen a large consignment of onions, say that they will trade it for new AK-47's"

"Rupee is falling and onion prices are rising, Union Bank of India will be renamed Onion Bank of India"

"Congress President Sonia Gandhi has deposited 100 kgs of onions in her swiss bank account"

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