Big Blue Head

Submitted by D P Whitehead

Monday, 3 March 2014

A man walks into a bar and sees a man with a massive blue head sat at at the other end of the bar.

The man asks the bartender "Whats the deal with the guy with the big blue head?"

The bartender replies, "It's a very interesting story. Buy him a drink and maybe he'll tell you about it."

So the man walks over and introduces himself and offers to buy the guy with the big blue head a drink, if he tells him his story.

The man with the enormous blue head head sighs heavily and says, "You know, I've gone over it in my mind a million times. Basically, it's like this: I was walking along the beach one day, when I stubbed my toe on something. I looked down, and there was a brass lamp. I picked it up and dusted it off a little -- when all of a sudden this enormous genie pops out!"

"The genie said, 'You have released me from my ten-thousand year imprisonment, and I am in your debt. I will grant you three wishes as a token of my gratitude.'

The guy with the big blue head continues: "So I said, 'Wow, okay. Well, my first wish is to be fantastically wealthy.'

"The genie says, 'Your wish is granted.' And all of a sudden I have rings on my fingers and a crown on my head, and my wallet is full of money and a dozen ATM cards and the deed to a mansion in the hills -- I mean, I was loaded!"

"So I said, 'Amazing! Okay, for my next wish , I want to be married to the most beautiful woman in the world.'

"The genie says, 'Your wish is granted.' And the ocean parts, and out walks this gorgeous woman in this beautiful dress, and she takes my hand and we fall in love and the genie marries us right there. It was incredible."

"The genie booms, 'You have one wish remaining.'"

The man with the big blue head pauses and sips his beer. He says, "Now, you know, this may be where I went wrong. I then wished for a big blue head."

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