# Men's logic

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A man and his wife were in a court for their divorce case.

The Problem was who should get custody of the child.

The wife screamed and jumped up and said: "Your Honor. I brought The child into the world with all the pain and labor.

The child Should be in my custody. "

The judge turned to the husband and said: "What do you have to Say in your defense?"

The man sat for a while contemplating...then slowly rose. "Your Honor... If I put a dollar in a Pepsi Vending Machine and a Pepsi Comes out...

Whose Pepsi is it... The machine's or mine?"

Obviously, is yours but dont ignore that it came out of that "machine"

hahahahaha,dah what a defence duh

Obviously, is yours but dont ignore that it came out of that "machine"
Yes. It is a good logic

Ahahahaaaah!!

They should forget the divorce.

Du! ndio maana mimi siwezi kuwa judge, wote wana point sasa nitaamuaje!

aaah vuta pumzi hakimu

:smile-big::smile-big::smile-big::smile-big:lol

Dah mzee ana akili kama Abunuwasi! Hapo hata Bwana Hakimu lazima awe mdogo!

Precedent ya mfalme Suleiman inahitajika hapa.

ina maana jamaa anataka kusema kuwa, in no way PEPSI cud go back to the machine or..

Hii kweli logic.Offcourse mbona akiulizwa msichana mwenye tumbo anasema mimba hii ni ya fulani yaani mwanaume.

a man and his wife were in a court for their divorce case.

The problem was who should get custody of the child.

The wife screamed and jumped up and said: "your honor. I brought the child into the world with all the pain and labor.

The child should be in my custody. "

the judge turned to the husband and said: "what do you have to say in your defense?"

the man sat for a while contemplating...then slowly rose. "your honor... If i put a dollar in a pepsi vending machine and a pepsi comes out...

Whose pepsi is it... The machine's or mine?"

mine

belongs to the machine,,,the which makes it out

:teeth:ray2: