An Irish family lives on a farm

A poor Irish family lives on a farm and they rely on their single cow for income.

One morning, the father walks outside to find their cow dead.

“There is nothing that could help get us out of poverty now,” says the dad as he shoots himself.

The mom walks outside and sees the dad and the cow on the ground.

“I can’t live without my husband,” she says as she shoots herself with her husband’s gun.

The daughter walks outside and sees her mother, father and cow dead.

“I can’t live any longer without my family,” she says as she jumps into the river and kills herself.

The oldest son, 23 years old, walks outside looking for the family and sees them all dead.

“Is there anyway to bring them back,” he yells at the sky.

Poof! A female leprechaun appears.

“I will bring your whole family back to life, even the cow,” she says, “if you can fuck me 5 times in a row. If not I get to kill you.”

The boy fucks her 3 times in a row and he dies.

The middle son, 19 years old, comes out and sees the leprechaun. She gives him the same offer as his brother.

“I will bring your whole family back to life, even the cow,” she says, “if you can fuck me 5 times in a row. If not I get to kill you.”

The son agrees to do it but can only do it 4 times. He dies.

The youngest son, 15 years old, comes out and is given the same offer.

“I will bring your whole family back to life, even the cow,” she says, “if you can fuck me 5 times in a row. If not I get to kill you.”

The son says, “What if I fuck you 10 times in a row?”

The leprechaun thinks. She says, “I will bring back your family and give you my pot of gold.

The son says, “What if I fuck you 20 times in a row?”

She thinks again and says, “I will bring back your family, give you my pot of gold and give you a mansion.”

The son thinks and says, “What if I fuck you 30 times in a row?”

She thinks and says, “I will bring back your family and make you the richest man in Ireland.”

The son says, “Wait, how do I know you will survive it?”

“What do you mean?” says the leprechaun.

“The cow didn’t.”

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