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Take a Break and Read These Funny Arabic Jokes in English

If you need to take a step back from your studies today or need to rewind, Kaleela tickles your funny bone with some good Arabic jokes.

If you need to take a step back from your studies today or need to rewind, Kaleela tickles your funny bone with some good Arabic jokes.

Doctor, Doctor

A newly graduated doctor opened a clinic with a novel idea to bring in patients. If he were able to solve the patient’s problem he would charge them $500. However, if he couldn’t treat the patient, he would give them $1,000.

The new doctor was soon making more money than the old doctor’s clinic nearby. As a result, this got the old doctor curious, so he went to see how the  young doctor was making so much money.

Acting as if he is a patient, the old doctor goes into the clinic and claims can barely hear anything  out of both ears for the last few days . Consequently, the young doctor does a couple tests on him, but the doctor still pretends that he can’t hear. The old doctor was so happy he was about to win a free grand and get over on the young doctor.  However, as the young doctor was writing a check for $1,000, he muttered under his breath, “What did this old coot say his name was again?”


Hearing this, the old doctor asks: “And just who do you think you’re calling an old coot?” to which the young doctor replies: “Wow! You heard me! Your hearing problem is gone! That’ll be $500, please.”

Later,  back in his office, the old doctor is fuming for falling for a trick like that. He decides to go again this time reporting that he has lost his sense to smell. As a result, the young doctor comes into the room and turns on the gas.

However, the old doctor soon recognizes the smell and angrily asks, “Hey! what are you trying to do? Kill me?” to which the  young doctor responds as he shuts off the gas, “Well, it seems you can smell again. Problem solved! That’ll be $500, please.”

Afterwards, the old doctor is furious with himself, so he hatches yet another plan to try to trick the young doctor and get his money back.

As a result, he waited a couple of weeks and goes back to the young doctor. This time he says been experiencing blindness lately and can’t see a thing.

The young doctor  thinks for a couple seconds then goes:”I have to say that I’m sorry. I cannot solve your problem.”

As a result, the doctor is ecstatic, but manages to keep it under control and trying hard not to smile. The young doctor hands him a ten dollar bill and says, “Here’s your $1,000, sir.” However, the old doctor quickly noticing its only  a ten dollar bill says, “Hey, who are you trying to scam here, buddy? Where’s my $1,000? You only gave me a ten!”

Excitedly, the young doctor then replies, “Wow, your blindness has been cured. That’ll be $500, please.”

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So, those are just a few Arabic jokes in English that we’ve heard here and there along our Arabic journey. What did you think? Let us know which one was your favorite in the comments.

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All joking aside, we’re serious about helping you learn Arabic, so check out the Kaleela Arabic language app and start learning Arabic today. Who knows? Maybe next year you’ll be the one telling funny jokes in Arabic. Find out more at kaleela.com.

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If you’ve ever get the chance to travel to the Middle East, one of the first things you’ll notice is Arabs have a great sense of humor. As a result, today let’s take a break from studying for a few minutes and have a laugh or two thanks to these funny arabic jokes:

Dream On

A man goes to a doctor and explains that he’s been having strange dreams lately.

“Well, every night I go to sleep,” the man says, “I dream of a soccer match between a team of elephants and a team of ants.”
As a result, the doctor answers “Okay, take this medicine,” the doctor says. “It will fix the problem.”
However, before he takes the medicine, however, the man hesitates. “Can I take it tomorrow, doctor? Today is the finals.”



What do you call an Arab dairy farmer?

 A milk sheikh.


Einstein and the Arab

Einstein and an Arab were sitting together on a long, long train ride, so Einstein turned to the Arab and said, “Let’s play a game. I ask you a question and if you don’t know the answer you give me $5.”


In response, the Arab guy says, “If I ask you a question and you don’t know the answer you give me $100”



Thus, they agree on the rules and started playing. Einstein went first:



“First,” asks Einstein, “what is the 100th prime number?”



The Arab man reached into his pocket and gave Einstein $5.

Next, it’s the Arab man’s turn, so he asks Einstein, “What goes up the mountain with three legs and comes back with one?”


Surprisingly, Einstein was stumped, so he gave the old man $100.



However, desperate for the answer, Einstein, asked the Arab, “So, tell me. What goes up the mountain with 3 legs and comes back with 1?”



The Arab man reached into his pocket and gave Einstein $5.



How do they dance in Saudi Arabia?

Sheikh to sheikh, of course!


Some new Arabic student asked me what the 27th letter of the Arabic alphabet is.

Well, all I could say was, “Wow”!


Doctor, Doctor

Arabic jokes: A newly graduated doctor opened a clinic with a novel idea to bring in patients. If he were able to solve the patient’s problem he would charge them $500. However, if he couldn’t treat the patient, he would give them $1,000.


The new doctor was soon making more money than the old doctor’s clinic nearby. As a result, this got the old doctor curious, so he went to see how the  young doctor was making so much money.

Acting as if he is a patient, the old doctor goes into the clinic and claims can barely hear anything  out of both ears for the last few days . Consequently, the young doctor does a couple tests on him, but the doctor still pretends that he can’t hear. The old doctor was so happy he was about to win a free grand and get over on the young doctor.  However, as the young doctor was writing a check for $1,000, he muttered under his breath, “What did this old coot say his name was again?”


Hearing this, the old doctor asks: “And just who do you think you’re calling an old coot?” to which the young doctor replies: “Wow! You heard me! Your hearing problem is gone! That’ll be $500, please.”

Later,  back in his office, the old doctor is fuming for falling for a trick like that. He decides to go again this time reporting that he has lost his sense to smell. As a result, the young doctor comes into the room and turns on the gas.

However, the old doctor soon recognizes the smell and angrily asks, “Hey! what are you trying to do? Kill me?” to which the  young doctor responds as he shuts off the gas, “Well, it seems you can smell again. Problem solved! That’ll be $500, please.”

Afterwards, the old doctor is furious with himself, so he hatches yet another plan to try to trick the young doctor and get his money back.

As a result, he waited a couple of weeks and goes back to the young doctor. This time he says been experiencing blindness lately and can’t see a thing.

The young doctor  thinks for a couple seconds then goes:”I have to say that I’m sorry. I cannot solve your problem.”

As a result, the doctor is ecstatic, but manages to keep it under control and trying hard not to smile. The young doctor hands him a ten dollar bill and says, “Here’s your $1,000, sir.” However, the old doctor quickly noticing its only  a ten dollar bill says, “Hey, who are you trying to scam here, buddy? Where’s my $1,000? You only gave me a ten!”

Excitedly, the young doctor then replies, “Wow, your blindness has been cured. That’ll be $500, please.”


So, those are just a few Arabic jokes in English that we’ve heard here and there along our Arabic journey. What did you think? Let us know which one was your favorite in the comments.


All joking aside, we’re serious about helping you learn Arabic, so check out the Kaleela Arabic language app and start learning Arabic today. Who knows? Maybe next year you’ll be the one telling funny jokes in Arabic. Find out more at kaleela.com.

Kaleela – Learn Arabic the Right Way

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