Modern Aesop’s Fable

A horse and a chicken were walking down a country road and they saw that there was some corn just across the ditch by the road. 

The horse walked over to eat the corn. 

Before he got to the corn he became stuck in the mud. For all his trying he could not get out of the mud. 

So he tells the chicken, “Hey, go over to that farm house and get some help to get me out of this mud.”

When the chicken gets to the farm house, he can’t find anybody to help him get the horse out of the mud. 

However, he notices that there is a Mercedes parked in the driveway and the keys are in the ignition. 

The chicken drives the Mercedes back down the road, ties a rope he found to the Mercedes and throws the other end to the horse. 

In a jiffy the horse is out of the mud.

The two proceed down the road again. 

And again they see some more corn on the side of the road. 

This time the chicken crosses over the ditch to get the corn. 

And as luck would have it, the chicken gets stuck in the mud. 

The chicken tells the horse, “Hey, go get that Mercedes and pull me out of this mud.” 

The horse surveys the problem and says, “I think I can straddle this ditch because it is not too big and when I do just grab my dick and I’ll pull you out of the mud.” 

The horse does as he say sand the chicken is pulled out of the mud.

So what is the moral of this story?

When you hung like a horse, you don’t need a Mercedes to pick up chicks!