Forbes neglects to count change in Saudi prince’s couch

"Jessica knows that she is intentionally slighting me when she says that I have a four-foot tall erection when it is actually four feet and 9.6 inches."
“Jessica knows that she is intentionally slighting me when she says that I have a four-foot tall erection when it is actually four feet and 9.6 inches. I have warned her repeatedly to stop subtracting one kadam to honor her Hebrew god.”

A Saudi prince is suing Forbes magazine for under-reporting his wealth. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the grandson of the founder of Saudi Arabia and nephew of King Abdullah, claims that Forbes was about $9.6 billion short in its recent ranking of the richest people in the world. He believes that they curbed him to a mere $20 billion to intentionally rank him lower because he is from the Middle East, leaving him only in 26th place. (Third world problems, right?)

However, between this and his other lawsuit, that extra $9.6 billion may be already spent on legal fees.

What other lawsuit? He’s suing one of his ex-girlfriends for under-reporting his penis size by 9.6 inches.

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