Nasrudin Steals Wheat



Nasrudin was at the local mill along with many others. As they waited for their turn, Nasrudin scooped wheat from other people's sacks into his own.

The miller noticed this and confronted Nasrudin.
"What are you doing?" he said.
"Don't mind me," replied Nasrudin, "I am just a half-wit. I do whatever comes to my head."

"Well then," the miller replied, "Then why hasn't it come to you head to put your wheat into other people sacks."
"Hey, I said I was a half-wit," replied Nasrudin. "I never said I was a complete idiot."

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