4 funny stories from Juha that will make you laugh from your heart even if you are sad

Many people consider laughter to be the key to a happy life. Laughter is a natural reaction when seeing or hearing something funny. Laughter, by its nature, is contagious. If you see someone laughing, you find yourself laughing like him, spontaneously and spontaneously.

Laughter automatically brings happiness and joy to the heart, and is enough to change the mood by one hundred and eighty degrees in no time.

One of the stories that is both funny and useful at the same time are the stories of Juha. Despite the humor they contain, they bring a lesson in a funny way.

The first story:

One night, while Juha was having fun with his friends, they got so carried away in conversation that they bet with Juha that if he could spend a cold night like that in the forest until morning without warm clothes, a fire, or shelter, they would hold a big celebration and feast for him. If he could not do that, he would hold a big celebration and feast for them with all kinds of delicious food.

Indeed, Juha was determined to win the bet and the challenge, so he spent a bitterly cold night in the forest until morning. He almost died from the severity of the impact it had on him, and he went to his friends to fulfill their promise to him. One of them asked him: “Oh Juha, the weather was bitterly colder than the night we bet on. Tell us how you spent your night without anything bad happening to you?!”

Juha said with pure intentions: “There was a hut in the middle of the forest, and its people were lighting a fire inside it, so I stayed near it to give my body a little warmth.”

One of them shouted, saying: “Then what made you bear the cold last night was the fire burning inside the hut!”

Juha tried hard to convince his friends that he did not get warmth, but he misled his body, which was trembling from the extreme cold, but to no avail. So Juha decided to fulfill his promise to them, but he had to teach them a lesson as harsh as that night he spent naked in the open.

Juha invited all of his friends, without exception, to a feast of delicious food. While they were talking, time passed quickly and Juha did not bring any food. They asked him: “Are you mocking us, Juha?!” where is the food?!”

So Juha took them to his courtyard and said: “The pot of food is on the fire, but the water has not boiled yet.” The pot was hanging from a tall tree, and underneath it Juha had placed a candle burning with a weak flame. His friends were amazed at his behavior and said: “It is impossible for the pot to boil in this way.”

Juha replied to them, saying: “How can it not boil in this way?! It will boil just as I warmed myself on that bitterly cold night over the burning fire in the forest hut!”

The second story:

One day, Juha appeared in the market in his new dress, and it was very luxurious, attracting the attention of everyone around him immediately. People left what was in their hands and gathered around Juha to examine his dress and make sure of how beautiful it was, and they bombarded him with a barrage of questions that repeated themselves and never ended, no matter how he answered them!

Sometimes, where did you buy the fabric, Juha? Sometimes, the address of the tailor who cut and sewed it? And sometimes, the price of one meter of fabric, and where do we get something like it?!

Juha felt upset about what was happening. The crowd was large and the questions were frequent, to the point that whenever he answered, no one would hear him! So he ran away from them and fled to his house. As soon as he arrived, he told his wife to go and tell the people that her husband, Juha, had fallen ill, and to ask them to come and see what was wrong with him!

Indeed, people gathered in front of his house to check on him and his health. He rushed to the roof of his house and said at the top of his voice: “People, first of all, I am fine and I apologize for you coming to my house in this manner and way, but I wanted to tell you that I was forced to run away from you in the market because of your many questions and the size of your crowd. All of this confused me. Now let everyone know, and those present know those absent among you, that I bought the fabric from such-and-such store, and I paid such-and-such a price per meter, and I had it tailored for such-and-such and its address is such-and-such, and he took from me a fee of such-and-such. I have conveyed the message, so I ask God to bear witness and beware of bothering me with any other question regarding this cursed garment!”

The third story:

Juha was suffering from the slowness of his donkey and the extent of his extreme laziness that had befallen him. He thought of a trick to make his donkey run better, and suddenly his eyes fell on a hot and burning pepper seller. He approached the seller and bought a single pepper and selected it very carefully so that it would be hot enough.

He moved a little away from the people and placed it under the tail of his donkey, which immediately went crazy from its intensity and started running. The donkey ran in such a crazy way that Juha was unable to catch up with his donkey, which made him return to the seller again to pick out another hot pepper.

The seller asked him: “Was that seed not hot enough, Juha?!”

Juha replied, saying: “It was more than that. I put it under my donkey’s tail to stop him from being lazy, but he ran in a way that made me lose him, so I returned to you to get another pill for me so that I could catch up with my donkey and not lose him!”

The fourth story:

One day, Juha brought his donkey to the market, and one of the brokers approached him and offered the donkey for sale immediately.

Two men approached the donkey. The first raised his tail and the second put his hand inside the donkey’s mouth to see its teeth and know its true age before buying it.

The donkey kicked the first man and bit the second man. The broker got upset and said to Juha: “No one will buy your donkey, Juha.”

Then Juha said: “Who told you that I wanted to sell it? All I wanted was for people to see what I was suffering because of my stubborn donkey!”

For more funny stories we can through:

5 Funny Stories for Kids to Make Them Happy and Put a Smile on Their Faces

Short funny stories that will make you smile from your heart even if you are sad!

And also: 7 true funny stories for a wonderful smile to adorn the lips

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