There once was a bear and a rabbit who hated each other. For years, they had been sworn enemies; and due to the bear’s greater strength and size, he usually got the better of the rabbit. One day, they found a genie in a lamp who said he would grant them each three wishes.
The bear went first. “I wish to be the only male bear in this forest, and all the rest to be female,” he said. And poof! He got his wish.
The rabbit went next. “I want a motorcycle helmet,” he said. No sooner had the words left his mouth than a shiny, black, custom-fitted motorcycle helmet appeared on his head.
“A motorcycle helmet!” laughed the bear. “What a stupid wish! Okay, I think I’ll broaden my horizons a little. I wish to be the only male bear in the United States, and all the rest to be female.” And he got his wish.
The rabbit said, “I wish I had a motorcycle to go with that helmet.” And poof! A rabbit-sized Harley-Davidson appeared on the forest trail.
Again, the bear laughed at the rabbit’s foolish wish. Still, he wasn’t quite satisfied with his own choices. He said, “I wish I was the only male bear in the world, and all the rest were females!” And he got his wish.
The rabbit walked up to his new motorcycle, hopped on, and fired it up. He raced the engine a couple of times, shifted into gear and started to drive away.
Just before he got out of sight, he yelled back to the genie… “I wish that the bear was gay!”