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One time a man was driving on the road when he got stopped by a gnome with red clothes.
The gnome said” I’m a red gnome and I want a strawberry”. The man gave him a strawberry and went on his business.
Later he got stopped by a gnome with yellow clothes.
The gnome said:” I’m a yellow gnome and I want a banana”. The man, slightly annoyed, gave him a banana and continued to drive.
He then got stopped by a gnome with blue clothes.
The man, now pissed, said to him:” Let me guess, you’re a blue gnome and you want a blueberry”
The blue gnome then said:” sir, please step out of the car”
Interesting Fact: In ancient Rome, small stone statues depicting the Greco-Roman fertility god Priapus, also the protector of floors, were frequently placed in Roman gardens. Gnomes as magical creatures were first described during the Renaissance period by Swiss alchemist Paracelsus as “diminutive figures two spans in height who did not like to mix with humans”. During this period, stone “grotesques“, which were typically garishly painted, 1-metre-tall (3.3 ft) figurines, were commonly placed in the gardens of the wealthy. Among the figures depicted were gobbi (Italian for hunchbacks). In particular, Jacques Callot produced 21 versions of gobbi, which he engraved and printed in 1616. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_gnome#History )