Three wishes

by Volker Weber

A woman was out golfing one day when she hit the ball into the woods. She went into the woods to look for it and found a frog in a trap. The frog said to her, "If you release me from this trap, I will grant you three wishes. "

The woman freed the frog, and the frog said, "Thank you, but I failed to mention that there was a condition to your wishes. Whatever you wish for, your husband will get ten times more or better!" The woman said, "That's okay."

For her first wish, she wanted to be the most beautiful woman in the world. The frog warned her, "You do realize that this wish will also make your husband the most handsome man in the world. He will be an Adonis who women will flock to." The woman replied, "That's okay, because I will be the most beautiful woman and he will have eyes only for me." So, KAZAM - she's the most beautiful woman in the world!

For her second wish, she wanted to be the richest woman in the world. The frog said, "That will make your husband the richest man in the world and he will be ten times richer than you." The woman said, "That's okay, because what's mine is his and what's his is mine." So, KAZAM - she's the richest woman in the world!

The frog then inquired about her third wish, and she answered, "I'd like a mild heart attack."

Moral of the story: Women are clever. Don't mess with them.

Attention female readers: This is the end of the joke for you. Stop here and continue feeling good. Male readers: Please scroll down.

The man had a heart attack ten times milder than his wife!

Moral of the story: Women can be quite dopey, but they think that they're really smart. Let them continue to think that way and just enjoy the show.

Female Readers who are still reading: This again proves that women never listen to anything they are told.

Comments

Great :-)

Dirk Olbertz, 2005-06-15 19:25

Female Readers who are still reading: This again proves that women never listen to anything they are told.
Volker, you made my day, thanks!
Brave Mädchen kommen in den Himmel, böse überall hin.

Dagmar Winter, 2005-06-15 22:33

Klasse / great :-))

Brave Mädchen kommen in den Himmel, böse überall hin.

genau

Andrea Altefrone, 2005-06-16 09:50

Very nice!

Phil von Sassen, 2005-06-16 10:12

Interessant, ich kannte die Story — nicht aber mit dem Zusatz (wollt' nicht wissen wieviele Stammtische und Mass Bier daran beteiligt gewesen sind, um dem männlichen Geschlecht zu dieser rhetorischen Kehrtwende verholfen zu haben) ^^

- andererseits ist es eine lange nachgesagte Stärke ebendiesen Geschlechts, die eigene Superiorität (bzw die - vermeintliche - des jeweils die Individuen schützende "Gemeinschaft" der "Männer") zumindest in artikulativer (im weeeeeitesten Sinne, die _Absicht_zählt *g*) Art und Weise besonders gut hervorheben zu können.

So nun hab ich doch noch einen Abschluss gefunden für den Satz. Danke.

Mike Strathmann, 2005-06-16 16:24

Best joke I've read in a long time! ROFLMAO!

Tom Nichols, 2005-06-16 19:51

Vielleicht war ihr das alles klar und sie konnte nur diesen reichen ach so schönen Mann einfach nicht mehr ertragen. Denn es gibt Weniges was genau so langweilig ist, wie diese beiden Dinge.

Wolfram Votteler, 2005-06-17 12:18

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