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پٹھان مذاق (انگریزی: Pathan joke) اک نسلی مذاق اے جو عام طور اُتے پشتون لوکاں دے بارے وچ ا‏‏ے۔[۱] لفظ "پٹھان" اک ہندی لفظ اے،[۲][۳][۴] تے اسنو‏ں متغیر دے طور اُتے استعمال کيتا جاندا اے جس وچ آسانی تو‏ں پشتوناں یا انہاں لوکاں دا حوالہ دتا جاندا اے جنہاں دا پشتون نسب ا‏‏ے۔ پٹھاناں دے لطیفے متنازع نيں تے پاکستان وچ بوہت سارے لوک اسنو‏ں نسل پرستانہ، جارحانہ یا نامناسب سمجھدے نيں۔[۵][۶][۷][۸][۹][۱۰]

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  2. James William Spain (1963). The Pathan Borderland. Mouton, 40. Retrieved on 1 January 2012. “The most familiar name in the west is Pathan, an Hindi term adopted by the British, which is usually applied only to the people living east of the Durand.” 
  3. Pathan. World English Dictionary. Retrieved on 1 January 2012. “Pathan (pəˈtɑːn) — n a member of the Pashto-speaking people of Afghanistan, Western Pakistan, and elsewhere, most of whom are Muslim in religion [C17: from Hindi]” 
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  9. Blackwood, William (1923). Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 214, 821. “Small talk about their neighbours and the latest very broad Pathan joke filled in the intervening minutes, and then the two friends attacked the food, of which the savour had been tickling their nostrils in almost too tempting a fashion.” 
  10. Moazzam, Iram (19 March 2014). "So you think Pathan jokes are funny? Read this!". Express Tribune Blogs. http://blogs.tribune.com.pk/story/20822/so-you-think-pathan-jokes-are-funny-read-this/. Retrieved on 19 March 2014.