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Entered on: 04/26/1998
The beautiful secretary of the president of the Chase Manhattan Bank
goes to a sight-seeing tour with a very rich Taiwanese client. The
Client out of the blue asks her to marry him.
Naturally, the secretary is quite taken aback. However, she remembers
what her boss told her. Don't reject the guy outright. So, she tries
to think of a way to dissuade the businessman from wanting to marry
her. So, after a few minutes, the woman says to the man, "I will only
marry you under three conditions. First, I want my engagement ring to
be a 75 carat diamond ring, with a matching 200 carat diamond tiara."
The Taiwanese man pauses for awhile. Then, he nods his head and says
"No problem!! I buy. I buy."
Realizing that her first condition was too easy, the woman says to the
man, "I want you to build me a 100 room mansion in New York. As a
vacation home, I want a chateau built in the middle of the best wine
country in France."
The man pauses for awhile. He whips out his cellular phone, calls some
brokers in New York, then he calls some brokers in France. He looks at
the woman, nods his head and says, "Okay, okay. I build, I build."
Realizing that she has one last condition, the secretary knows that
she'd better make this a good one. She takes her time to think and
finally, she gets an idea. A sure-to-work condition. She squints her
eyes, looks at the man and says, rather coldly, "Since I like sex,
I want the man, I marry to have a 12-inch penis."
The man seems a bit disturbed. He cups his face with his hands and
rests his elbows on the table. All the while, he's muttering something
in Chinese. Finally, after what seemed like forever, the man shakes
his head, looking real sad, says to the woman, "Okay, okay. I cut.
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