Short Pianist And Magic Lamp

 


A guy walks into a New York bar pushing a small suitcase on wheels.


He takes a seat at the bar and then he begins to open the suitcase carefully.


With the suitcase open, he takes out the tiniest piano you’ve ever seen and places it on the bar. The bartender watches him, a little puzzled.


The guy then reaches back into the suitcase and takes out a tiny man. This little man is no taller than ten inches high and the guy then seats him at the tiny piano.


The tiny man then begins to play a piece by Chopin on the piano in a way that is both enchanting and absolutely beautiful.


The bartender walks up the guy and says “Gee, where did you get the tiny pianist? He’s brilliant.“


The guy puts his hand back into his suitcase again and pulls out an old magic lamp, which he then hands to the bartender.


He says to the bartender, “Here, rub this and make a wish.“


The bartender says, “Are you serious?”


The guy says, “Sure, go ahead.”


So the bartender rubs the lamp and says “I wish for a million bucks!“


There is a loud ‘poof’ sound before a million ducks start marching into the bar.


The bartender looks at the man and says, “Buddy, I think your magic lamp is broken.“


The guy looks at him, smiles then says, “Tell me something I don’t know. You don’t really think I asked for a 10 inch pianist do you?“ 

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