Jan 25, 2015

The Lesson In The Farm

The family came to visit Grandma & Grandpa in their farm. While Grandma cooked dinner and visited with the rest of the family, Grandpa decided to give his young 5-year-old grandson a tour of the place since he has always lived in the city, and has never been in a farm before.

As they approached the cow pen, a bull was busily mounting a heifer. Thinking that the child was too young to understand the lesson about "the birds and the bees", Grandpa just explained what was happening by telling the grandson, "The one standing behind is a boy cow called a bull serving the girl cow called a heifer."

Then as they approached the horses' corral, lo and behold, a stud was also busily mounting a mare. Once again, the Grandpa told his grandson, "Well, here the boy horse standing on his two back legs is called a stud, and he is also serving the girl horse called a mare!"

At supper, after grace had been offered, Grandma turned to Grandpa and said, "Honey, will you kindly carve and serve the turkey?"

Little Johnny immediately jumped up from his seat and exclaimed, "If Grandpa does, I'm not having any!" -Author Unknown/Contributed by Ralph

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