Little Johnny says, “All right,I got one.
There’s a horse and chicken playing in the meadow and the horse falls into the quicksand.
He says ‘Hurry up!
Go get the farmer! Get me out of here!’
The chicken runs back to the farm, but the farmer is nowhere to be seen.”
“Oh my,” the teacher gasps with a horrified look on her face.”
So the chicken takes the BMW, backs it up near the quicksand.
Throws a rope to the horse, ties it up to the bumper and pulls the horse out.
The horse is so very thankful.”
“What happened next?”
The teacher asks, feeling relieved.”
A couple days later… the chicken falls into the same quicksand and says,
‘Hurry up! Hurry up! Go get the farmer!’
So the horse thinks to himself,
‘Well… I could probably stand over this quicksand.’
So, he stands over it and says to the chicken, ‘Grab hold of my tail ‘
So the chicken grabs hold of the horse’s tail and gets pulled out.”
The teacher is suddenly weirded out by the direction the story is going and asks, “Umm… Johnny?
That’s nice and all, but what’s the moral of the story?”
Without hesitation, Johnny responds with,
“The moral of the story is: if you’re stand hard like a horse, you don’t need a BMW to pick up chicks.