Motoring Humour

Motoring Humour: Stolen Engine?

Isiaka, son of Chief Ajebo, who hails from a remote village in Osun State of Nigeria, graduated from the University 1978. After securing employment in Lagos and worked for three years, Isiaka decided to present a Christmas gift to his father. He bought him a brand new Volkswagen Beetle, which was then still being produced in Nigeria. As planned, he ...

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Motoring Humour: Wrong Address!

…Mandela Receives Delivery Sitting at home, watching TV and drinking beer, Nelson Mandela heard a knock on the door. When he opened it, a little Chinese man, clutching a clipboard confronted him yelling, “You Sign! You sign!”  Behind the Chinese was an enormous truck full of car exhausts.  Standing in complete amazement, responded: “Look, you’ve obviously got a wrong man”, and ...

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MOTORING HUMOUR: Microsoft vs. General Motors?

At a computer expo (COMDEX), Bill Gates reportedly compared the computer industry with the auto industry and stated: “If GM had kept up with technology like the computer industry has, we would all be driving $25 cars that got 1000 Miles/gallon Not long afterwards, General Motors addressed this comment by releasing the statement:” Yes, but would you want your car to ...

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Pull-Over

A police officer saw a car speeding down the highway. He started chasing after the speeder . On getting  close he saw it was a blonde woman who was actually knitting while driving. The cop yelled, “Pull over!” The blonde shouted back, “No! It’s a sweater!”   Courtesy of Austin Healey Club  

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Dead or Alive?

One day, a motorist was travelling on a lonely road and suddenly had a flat tyre. He brought out his jack and wheel spanner. As he started jacking up the tyre, he had a laughter behind him. He looked back, but found no one. Bending down again to replace the flat tyre, he had laughter again, this time as if ...

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Marshal Beware

Along Lagos Ibadan Express road, an FRSC marshal  pulled a car over and told the man driving that he was going over 150km/ in a 100km/h zone. “I was only going 90!” the driver protested. “Not according to my radar,” the marshal replied. “Yes, I was!” the man shouted back. “No you weren’t!” the marshal said, starting to get annoyed. With that, ...

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