Of clocks and liars…

30 Jan

An Indian man died and went to heaven.   When he arrived at the heaven
Gate, Siva the God said, “Come on in. I’ll show you around.  You’ll
like it here.”

Walking through the gates, the man noticed clocks everywhere?   There
were grandfather clocks, wall clocks, watches, and clocks in every

It appeared that heaven was nothing more than a giant clock warehouse.

Surprised at how heaven looked, the man asked, “God Siva, what’s the
deal?  Why are all these clocks here in heaven?  God Siva replied,
“The clocks keep track of things on earth.  There is one clock for
each person.

Every time the person on earth tells a lie, his clock moves one

“For instance, this clock is for Aru, the used car salesman.  If you
watch it closely, it will move.

“Click” The minute hand on Aru’s clock moved one minute. “Click” It
moved another minute.  “Aru must be into closing a customer right
now,” said God Siva.  “The minute hand on his clock moves all day.”

The man and God Siva continued walking.  Soon, they came to a clock
with cobwebs on the minute hand.   “Whose clock is this?” asked the
man. That clock belongs to the Widow Achi.  She is one of the finest,
God-fearing, people on earth.
I bet her clock hasn’t moved in a year or two.”

They continued walking and touring heaven.  The man enjoyed watching
the clocks of all his friends.  When the tour was finished, the man
said, “I’ve seen everyone’s clock but Mr. Samy Vellu’s.  Where is his

God Siva smiled, “Just look up.  We use his clock as a ceiling fan.”

1 Comment

Posted by on January 30, 2008 in Humour


One response to “Of clocks and liars…

  1. Zawi

    January 30, 2008 at 7:03 pm

    Hahahaha, this one is hilarious.


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