IJMC Yet Another Genie Joke?

                     IJMC - Yet Another Genie Joke?

Many of you have probably seen the genie joke circulating right now about 
the guy who wants a bridge to Hawaii...and if you haven't, you should 
still find this one funny. What's my point? There isn't much of one...
Give me a day or two and maybe I'll think of something.             -dave

A bloke is strolling down the street in London where he comes across an
old lamp. He picks it up, rubs it vigorously, and out pops a genie.  The
genie offers to grant him one wish, to which the bloke replies "I've
always wanted to be lucky". The genie grants his wish. 

So off the bloke strolls, wondering how this will change his life, when he
spies 10 quid on the footpath. Not a bad start he thinks. 

As he picks it up, he notices a Ladbrokes betting shop across the road. He
strolls over, looks through the racing lists, and sees a horse named Lucky
Lad at 100/1 in the 4th at Ascot. He puts the 10 quid on the nose, and
what do you know, the horse bolts in. 

Feeling on a bit of a roll, he heads to the local illegal casino, fronts
up at the roulette table and puts the whole 1010 quid on "lucky seven".
Round and round the wheel spins, and bang Lucky Seven. 

Now he's really flying .... what better way to celebrate than to head to
the local brothel for a bit of horizontal folk dancing. He knocks and
enters, when all of a sudden he is showered with streamers and handed a
glass of champagne. The madam of the establishment puts her arm around him
and says "Welcome sir. We have much pleasure in informing you that you are
our lucky 1000th customer, and you have won the right to enjoy the
pleasures on offer from any girl who works here, absolutely free of

The bloke says that he's always fancied making it with an Indian
girl....he's ushered into one of the rooms when in strolls the most
gorgeous subcontinent he has ever seen. Not much time passes before
clothing is strewn around the room and the Karma Sutra (pgs 101 to 532)
are being well and truly tested. 

At one point the bloke pauses and says to the girl "you are one of the
most beautiful women I've ever seen in my life, I can't believe how lucky
I am. But there is one thing I don't really like about Indian women. I
don't like that red spot that you all have on your forehead. 

The Indian girl looks him in the eye and says "sir, I am here to please
you and succumb to your every desire. If you wish to see it gone, then
please scratch off my red spot". 

So the bloke goes at it with his fingernail. All of a sudden he leans back
and starts killing himself laughing. 

"What's wrong, what's wrong?" asks the Indian girl. 

To which the bloke replies, "You're never going to believe this, but I've
just won a car". 


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