Complaints About Nasrudin's Wife

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One day, the local people complained to Nasrudin, "Your wife is always walking here and there, going to all sorts of different places. 'Tis improper for a woman. For God's sake, Mulla, tell her that she should stop moving around so much."

"OK," reaplied Nasrudin. "If she ever comes to our house, I'll be sure to tell her."


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