Man Kicks a Lamp in Anger, so Its Disgruntled Genie Offers Him Three Wishes with a Twist

All of us have wondered what we would do if we found a magic lamp with a genie in it and were granted three wishes. More so with the movie "Aladdin" released this month. In the following fictitious story, the man knows exactly what he wants. 

One day, a man was walking along the beach when he tripped over a lamp. He turned around and kicked the lamp out of anger.

A few seconds later, a genie popped out of the lamp. 

But the genie was angry that the man had kicked his lamp. And a disgruntled genie is not a good sight to see.

Reluctantly, the genie said: “Even though you kicked me, I still have to grant you three wishes. However because of what you did, I will also give twice what you wish for to the person you hate the most: your boss.”

The man agreed and made his first wish.

“I want lots of money.”

Bank box filled with money. | Source: Pixabay

Bank box filled with money. | Source: Pixabay

Instantly, $22M appeared in the man’s bank account… And 44 million appeared in his boss’s account.

For his second wish, the man wished for a couple of sports cars. Instantly a Lamborghini, Ferrari and a Porsche appeared.

But at the same time, outside his boss’s house appeared two of each car.

Lamborghini Huracan. | Source: Toby Parsons/Pixabay

Lamborghini Huracan. | Source: Toby Parsons/Pixabay

Finally, the genie said,… “This is your last wish, you should choose carefully.”

And so the man replied…

“I’ve always wanted to donate a kidney…” 

I'm sure the genie wasn't expecting that! Remember to share it with your friends and find out what their three wishes would be if they found a lamp. 

And if wishes could come true, a Texas man became the subject of public attention recently after he received news that he had just one week left to live.

Richard Ewers stirred social media in May when he stated that he had just one wish before dying, that his dogs would be rehomed. 

The man requested help from the public to find loving homes for his twenty-seven furry companions before he died.

Sixteen of them were almost instantaneously rehomed through a Facebook page that was set up, much to everyone's delight.

As donations continued to roll in, the page announced on May 18 that Ewers had lost the battle and had passed away the previous night.

Several rescue organizations helped round up the remaining dogs with a few more being adopted since.

It seems wishes do come true sometimes. May Richard Ewers rest in peace knowing his furbabies are well and being taken care of.