Behold, a comic strip! (Even though I was out of town this week). Here is another take on this tried and tired premise!
I hope they’re fat-free and calorie-free.
That’s the cruel twist, THEY’RE NOT!!!! Muahahah!!!
A man walked into a bar with a cat and an emu.
He ordered a beer. The Emu ordered a scotch. The cat ordered half a bitter but stated “I’m not Paying!”
The bartender said it would be $11.48 and the man put his hand in his pocket and pulled out the exact amount of change.
The next night they went to the bar again. The man ordered a beer, the emu a tonic water, and the cat half a bitter, stating “I’m not Paying!”.
The barman said it would be $13.27 and the man put his hand in his pocket and pulled out the exact amount of change.
It kept on happening like this for about a week until the bartender asked ‘Can you please tell me how you always seem to take out the exact amount of money every time?’
The man replied ‘Well I found a lamp with a Genie in it, and he granted me 3 wishes. well my first wish was that every time I put my hand in my pocket I would have exactly the right change.’
The bartender said ‘That’s great, but what did you ask for the other wishes?’
The man said ‘Well, I also wished for a bird with long legs and a tight pussy.’
That first wish is genius.
Old, but classic.
Also at least I hope glasses guy wished for infinitely refiling ice-cream cones.
The first wish should obviously be “total mind control”. That way you can mind control other people into making wishes for you.
That’s section 42(b)(ii) of part 3.
Yeesh, I don’t even know why we have the genie contract if no one’s going to read it.
The “Terms and Conditions” seems like an interesting document to read, based on what little I could read of it.
Any chance you could provide its whole text, Kristian?
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