One day a horse and a hen are playing in a field. The horse gets stuck in a puddle of mud, and starts to sink. The hen is frantically searching for anything to help her friend, so she decides to go back to the barn. There, she grabs the keys to the farmer’s Mercedes and drives to where the horse is stuck. She throws a rope around the horse’s neck, and slams on the accelerator, saving the horse from sinking in the puddle.
A few days go by and they are playing in the field again. This time, the hen gets stuck.
Hen: “Help, go get the car like I did for you and help me out!”
The horse, realizing there isn’t much time since the hen is much smaller than he, stretches out over the length of the puddle.
Horse: Reach up and grab hold of my ‘thing’.
The hen obliges, and the horse starts to stand straight up to pull his friend out of the puddle.
The moral of this story is: If you’re hung like a horse, then you don’t need a Mercedes to pick up chicks.