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by on January 23, 2015

He didn’t expect a genie in a tambourine. Genies lived inside lamps. Everyone knew this. So when Phil gave the tambourine an experimental shake and a genie popped out, he was quite surprised. “The hell?” he exclaimed.

This genie, unfortunately, was unfamiliar with modern expletives. It assumed that Phil wished to go to the place he’d named. There is, alas, only one way to go there.


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  1. Kir Piccini permalink

    Oh wow, my friend. I loved this.


  2. Haha….careful what you wish for! Well done.

  3. Good one! Words, indeed!~

  4. My Mom always said to watch your mouth. How true. Enjoyed!

  5. “There is, alas, only one way to go there.” I think the genie was probably happy to send him, too–I mean, what would you want to do if someone just rattled your home and woke you up, forcing you to pop out of a noisy tambourine? I mean, I would have sent him there and then asked what his wishes were. lol

  6. Doh! Can’t they apply a warning label first? So funny. You got me laughing out loud.

  7. Oops. Just goes to show how important good manners are, no matter how surprised you are. This is fantastic, Michael. 🙂

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