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# So I get three wishes, right? Great! I wish I lose 3 wishes. By that logic I start at three, minus one for the wish, and then proceed to lose another three leaving me at -1. So by our logic, we’d be back at 3 due to underflow. To exploit this, make one genuine wish and then ask to lose two wishes, underflowing again. It’s all in how you play the game.

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And how do you know the genie doesn’t expect this
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@Rekonnect tell me; who asks to lose their wishes?
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@Gerrymandered idk, the same people who somehow manage to put “lizard” in a zip code field of a form:

QA Engineers
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@Rekonnect could you imagine a team of QA asking a crap ton of wishes to test it lol
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@Gerrymandered
“I wish for more wishes” - rejected
“I wish for -4 wishes” - underflow
“I wish for s̵̨̖͕̝̬͕͎̩̤ͦ̏ͭ̆ͨͦ̆͆͞o̓ͨ̐̌ͧ̇͢҉̫͔͔̭͢c̣̩̰̟͈̥̹̯̉ͅuͦ̋҉͟҉̮͙̥͇͙̩d̏̋̔̈̏ͮͅbͥ̐ͬ̊̐͜҉̛̞͉̙̺͖̜̭̟ḙ̫ͣ̄̐ͦ̌ͬ̉͘b͊ͥ̇҉̫̜̝͙̻s͓̦̣͍̜͂̆͆͟i̢̭̳̬̘̰͙͍̅̂ͪͭ̿ͭ̕͢c̪͓̑̊ͬu͍̜ͪ̃v̝̙͂̽ͯ͂̾͂͘” - checksum error
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Maybe it means you owe a wish to the genie instead
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@electrineer does that give you Genie Powers in order to grant their wish?
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@AllanTaylor314 can I give myself wishes if I owed someone else?