There is Always a Caveat

This may differ from genie to genie, but the genie will usually tell you that you can’t wish for more wishes, or for more genies, or to be a god/goddess, or to bring people back from the dead, or to have someone killed, or to make anyone fall in love with you, so it is best to use your three wishes wisely.  Fandango didn’t include any of these stipulations in his question today, but I consider all of them to be important, so I will stick with all of these caveats.

I know that I am going to sound like a Miss Universe contestant with my first wish, but I would ask for sustained world peace where there is no more prejudice and everyone gets along with each other, as I really want the world to be a better place.

Wish #2 would be for justice so that bad and evil people get punished 10 times worse than the crime that they committed, thus since Putin is a killer, he would have to be slowly tortured to death and since Trump has done so much damage to this country, he would be locked up forever.

My third wish would be for everyone who supports Trump’s Big Lie to become like Pinocchio and their noses would grow an inch for every lie that they tell.

Written for Fandango’s Provocative Question #121 which is, “What three wishes would you ask the genie to grant you?”

19 thoughts on “There is Always a Caveat

  1. I’ll always be wary of genie’s. I was in a bar once and the barman had a lamp and said it was magic. I went along with it and gave the lamp a rub. Sure enough a genie appeared and asked me to make a wish. I asked for a million bucks and suddenly the bar was full of ducks.
    “I forgot to mention,” says the barman. “He’s a little deaf.”

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