One day a horse and a chicken were walking along on the farm, talking quietly to themselves. All of a sudden, the horse falls into a hole that he didn't see.
The horse says to the chicken, "Go get the farmer. He'll know what to do." So, the chicken runs off.
About 10 minutes later, the horse hears a car, and he sees the chicken's head peer over the top of the hole. The chicken says, "I couldn't find the farmer, but I got his car. Hold this rope, and I'll try to drag you out." So, after a few minutes, the horse was safely out of the hole.
About a month later, both had forgotten all about the hole. They were once again talking and walking about the farm, when all of a sudden, the chicken falls into the same hole. The chicken says to the horse, "Go get the farmer; he'll know what to do."
But the horse walks around the hole and says, "I think I can stand over the hole. Grab my thingy, and I'll pull you out." And so, about 5 minutes later, the chicken was safely out of the hole.
This time, they remembered the hole, and never got stuck again.
Moral: If you're hung like a horse, you don't need a car to pick up a chick!