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by D.J. Paris on March 10, 2012
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Here’s how you should start it off:
“So Dave asked me to write some jokes to tell at this wedding, but admittedly I don’t know much about Indian culture. So I decided to go right to the source.
I called India.
When India answered the phone, I explained that I was going to a wedding and I needed some help figuring out a good joke to tell.
‘Hold please,’ India said. I waited for a few moments while I was obviously being transferred. Then someone picked up.
In a Brooklyn accent, a man said ‘Hello, this is Raj, how may I help you?’”
…I’m not gonna write the whole joke for you, but then you can go on and say how pissed you were that India had outsourced its Support Line to America and how this guy called himself Raj but was CLEARLY American and CLEARLY sitting in some booth right here in America, blah blah blah.
You’ll have to let us know what you come up with for the real thing!
I will – I think I wrote 5-6 decent ones. Although I’m not super excited to be telling gags at a wedding. Seems weird. Ha.
Hahahaha I really liked the vegetarian joke. Why isn’t that one okay? I didn’t think it was too offensive. The Catholic joke was really funny too! (I’m not Catholic). It’s probably good you decided to not go with that one though, because even though it’s funny, the really Indian people there they might not get it. Also… I went to a Catholic high school. I have so much material.
The anemic joke had me in tears. I cant believe there is also a blog called http://www.mybigfatcatholichinduwedding.blogspot.co.uk I was the best man at a Jamaican / Catholic wedding once. My speech bombed, so I drank…heavily. Hope yours goes well.
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