A horse and a chicken grew up together on the farm, and they were the
best of friends. They went everywhere together. One day the horse waded
into the pond to get a drink, and he realized that his feet were stuck
in the mud and that he was sinking. He yelled for the chicken and said,
"I'm stuck in the mud and sinking, go get help, go get the farmer!"
The chicken ran to the house and, realizing the farmer wasn't home,
grabbed the car keys, flapped to the garage, backed out the BMW,
drove down by the barn, got a length of rope, sped back to the pond, tied the
rope to the bumper of the car, threw the other end to the horse, and pulled the
horse out of the water.
A couple of weeks later the chicken stepped into a mud puddle in the farm
yard and realized that her feet were stuck and that she was sinking.
She hollered for the horse, "Go get the car!"
The horse said, "I don't need the car."
He stepped over the mud puddle, straddled it with one foot on each edge,
and said, "grab my pecker and pull yourself out."
The moral of this story is: If you're hung like a horse, you
don't need a BMW to pick up chicks.
Submitted by reader S.S.