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TO35    Posted 05-13-2004 at 17:37:00       [Reply]  [No Email]
> A farmer had five female pigs and, as times were hard, he had decided to
take them to the county fair and sell them. While at the fair, he met
another farmer who owned five male pigs. After talking a bit, they decided
to mate the pigs and split everything 50/50.
> The farmers lived sixty miles away from one another and so they agreed to
drive thirty miles and find a field in which to mate their pigs. The first
morning, the farmer with the female pigs got up at 5 AM, loaded the pigs
into the family station wagon, which was the only vehicle they had, and
drove the thirty miles.
> While the pigs were mating, he asked the other farmer, "How will I know if
they are pregnant?"
> The other farmer replied, "If they're in the grass grazing in the morning,
then they're pregnant, if they're in the mud, then they're not."
> The next morning they were rolling in the mud, so he hosed them off,
loaded them again into the family station wagon and proceeded to try again.
This continued each morning the following week until one morning the farmer
was so tired that he couldn't get out of bed.
> He called to his wife, "Honey, please look outside and tell me if the pigs
are in the mud or in the field."
> "Neither," yelled his wife, "they're in the station wagon and one of them
is honking the horn."

Cindi    Posted 05-13-2004 at 17:50:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
That's a classic!

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