Mulla Nasrudin, carrying a chair, walked up to the owner of a secondhand store and asked how much it was worth.
"Three dollars," said the secondhand dealer.
The Mulla seemed surprised. "Isn't it worth more than that?" he said.
"Three dollars is the limit," the owner said. "See that? Where the leg is split? And look here where the paint is peeling."
"OKAY THEN," said Nasrudin. "I SAW IT IN FRONT OF YOUR STORE MARKED $10, BUT I THOUGHT THERE MUST BE A MISTAKE. FOR $3 I WILL TAKE IT."