Can I Borrow Your Donkey?


A man knocked on Mullah Nasrudin’s door. When Nasrudin opened it, the friend asked,
“Can I borrow your donkey?”
“I would love to help you,” Nasrudin replied, “but I have already lent it to someone else.”
Just then, a loud donkey noise came from Nasrudin’s yard.
“Hey,” the man said, “I just heard the donkey make a noise from your yard!”
Nasrudin quickly retorted, “Do you mean to tell me that you are going to take the word of a donkey over mine?”

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