Sir, may I know the time, please?

Rajesh (Service ) (7576 Points)

07 September 2010  

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: Oneday you may come to my house saying you were just passing by and cameinto wish me. Then as a courtsey, I will offer you a cup of tea. Aftermy courteous approach you will try to come again.This time you willappreciate tea and ask who has made it.?
Young Man: Possible

Old Man: ThenI will tell you that my daughter has and I will then have to introducemy young and pretty daughter to you & you will admire my daughter.
Young Man: Smiles. Please wait while images are being

Old Man: Nowonwards you will try to meet my daughter again and again. You willoffer her to go out for a movie together and a date with you.
Young Man: Smiles

Old Man: Mydaughter may start liking you and start waiting for you. After meetingregularly 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) Young man, I will never marry my daughter to a person like you who does not even own a watch.