Young Man: “Sir, may I know the time, please?”

Old Man: “Certainly not.”

Young Man: “Sir, but why? What are you going to lose, if you tell me the time?”

Old Man: “Yes, I may lose something if I tell you the time.”

Young Man: “But Sir, can you tell me how?”

Old Man: “See, if I tell you the time you will definitely thank me and may be tomorrow again you will ask me the time.”

Young Man: “Quite possible.”

Old Man: “May be we meet two three times more and you will ask my name and address.”

Young Man: “Quite possible.”

Old Man: “One day you may come to my house saying you were just passing by and came into wish me.

Then as a courtesy, I will offer you a cup of tea.

After my courteous approach you will try to come again.

This time you will appreciate tea and ask who has made it.?”

Young Man: “Possible.”

Old Man: “Then I will tell you that my daughter has and I will then have to introduce my young and pretty daughter to you & you will admire my daughter.”

Young Man: Smiles. 😉

Old Man: “Now on wards you will try to meet my daughter again and again.

You will offer her to go out for a movie together and a date with you.”

Young Man: Smiles.

Old Man: “My daughter may start liking you and start waiting for you.

After meeting regularly you will fall in love with her and propose her for marriage.”

Young Man: Smiles.

Old Man: “One day both of you will come to me and tell me about your love and ask for my permission.”

Young Man: “Oh Yes!” And smiles.

Old Man: (Angrily)

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“Young man, I will never marry my daughter to a person like you who does not even own a watch.”