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Anything For $300 (1155 views)
A guy meets a hooker in a bar.

She says, "This is your lucky night. I've got a special game for you. I'll do absolutely anything you want for $300, as long as you can say it in three words."

The guy replies, "Hey, why not?"

He pulls his wallet out of his pocket, and one at a time lays three $100 bills on the bar, and says, slowly: "Paint ... my ... house."

 

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