Laughter: The Universal Language – #144

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Piano
Photo (cc) by Zulio

A man walks into a bar with a large suitcase in one hand. Tossing it casually up on the bar, he orders a beer.

“What have you got there?” The bartender asks. The man gives him a mean look, opens the suitcase, and pulls out out a tiny replica of a piano and stool. He places them on the bar in front of the bartender.

“Well, that’s interesting,” the bartender says.

“You haven’t seen it all.” The man snaps, turning back to the suitcase. “Come on out, Joe.” Out of the suitcase climbs a little man only about a foot tall, who proceeds to sit down at the piano and play several pieces by Chopin flawlessly. The bartender is very much impressed.

“My God!” he says. “Where did you find him??”

“Well, I was walking along the beach one day,” the man says, as the little man climbs back into the suitcase, “and I came across this really old bottle. So I opened it up. There was a genie inside, and she gave me one wish.”

“And that was your wish?” The bartender asks incredulously, pointing to the piano.

“No,” the man said. “The genie had been in that bottle for so long she had become hard of hearing. So I didn’t get my real wish. And now, for the rest of my life, I’m stuck with this twelve-inch pianist.”

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