A man had found a magic lantern and, for years, every time he rubbed it a “Genie” would appear to grant his wish. The man was a real worry-bird and, because of his constant anxious worries, he kept the “Genie” busy all the time. This went on for years — one wish after another — until, one day, when the man rubbed his magic lantern for the fifth time that week, the Genie appeared and said: “I am sick and tired of your anxious worry and your constant wishing. I have decided to settle this arrangement we have once and for all. I will grant your next three wishes only. Nothing more. After that, you’re on your own.”
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