Two Fools and an Idiot

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Humor  |  House: Booksie Classic
I know this is redundant, but I don't know where this one came from. Maybe I was super-duper drunk...or just being myself. Actually, that would be impressive if I could write while drunk!

Anyway, I don't know if anyone will find this funny, but if I can get a chuckle here and there then mission accomplished!

Submitted: March 25, 2016

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Out in the desert, three guys find a golden lamp. After rubbing it, a magic genie pops out. The three guys were astonished, now knowing the legend to be true. So they wished for their deepest desires.

  The first man, who was short and skinny, asked to be tall and muscular for he believed this to be what women really wanted.

  The second man, who was less than charming in appearance, wished to be handsome like an arabian prince. He also believed this what women really wanted.

  "And what is your wish", the genie asked the last man. "Do you desire to be stronger like the first man, or beautiful like the second? Or maybe your desires lay somewhere else?"

  The third man replied, "no, great genie, i do not wish to be stronger or beautiful as these are personal desires. They will not make me happy."

  But the genie continues; "Surely, many women desire these things. Do you not want your woman to be happy?"

  The man says, "my friend's desires are received through their insecurities. Would I want a woman to feed that?"

  "What is it you want, then?", the genie asks. 

  The last man replies, "money, of course..."


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