(nil): M.S.Demesticha (demeza(@)hol.gr)
Ημερομηνία: Τρι 24 Ιούν 1997 - 04:43:24 EEST
>A farmer buys several pigs, hoping to breed
>them for ham, bacon, etc.... After several
>weeks, he notices that none of the pigs are
>getting pregnant and calls a vet for help.
>The vet tells the farmer that he should try
>artificial insemination. The farmer doesn't
>have the slightest idea what this means but, not
>wanting to display his ignorance, he only asks
>the vet how he will know when the pigs are
>pregnant. The vet tells him that they will stop
>standing around and will instead, lay down &
>wallow in the mud when they are pregnant.
>The farmer hangs up & gives this some
>thought. He comes to the conclusion that
>artificial insemination means that he has to
>impregnate the pigs. So, he loads the pigs into
>his truck, drives them out into the woods, has
>sex with them all, brings them back & goes to
>Next morning, he wakes & looks out at the
>pigs. Seeing that they are all still standing
>around, he concludes that the first try didn't
>take, and loads them in the truck again. He
>drives them out to the woods, bangs each pig
>twice for good measure, brings them back and
>goes to bed.
>Next morning, he wakes to find the pigs still
>just standing around. One more try, he tells
>himself, and proceeds to load them up & drive
>them out to the woods. He spends all day
>shagging the pigs and, upon returning home,
>falls listlessly into bed.
>The next morning, he cannot even raise himself
>from the bed to look at the pigs. He asks his
>wife to look out and tell him if the pigs are
>laying in the mud.
>No," she says, "they're all in the truck and
>one of them is honking the horn."