Monday, February 20, 2012
Little Johnny lives in the country, and he really really hates his family's outhouse, which sits on the edge of a creek. The outhouse is hot in the summer, cold in the winter and always reeks.
One spring day, there's a heavy rain shower and the creek swells. Little Johnny decides to take the opportunity to get rid of that stink shack, so he grabs a sturdy stick and begins pushing it. Finally, he tips the outhouse into the creek and it floats away. (Bye Bye~)
That night, Little Johnny's dad tells him to prepare for a spanking. "Somebody's gonna get hurt real bad!" the father warns.
"What did I do wrong?" Little Johnny asks.
"Someone pushed the outhouse into the creek today," the father replies. "It was you, wasn't it, son?"
Little Johnny admits to the deed, then adds, "I learned in school today that George Washington chopped down a cherry tree and didn't get in trouble because he told his dad the truth."
"But, son," the father says, "Washington's dad wasn't IN the cherry tree."