A little boy and girl at school were having lunch in the shelter shed.
”Tommy,” she said, ”I’m not eating any more chicken sandwiches.”
”Why?” he asked.
”’Cause I’m starting to grow feathers down here,” she said, pointing to the bottom of her tummy.
”I don’t believe you,” he said. ”You’ll have to show me.”
Behind the shed they went, where the inspection took place.
”You’re right,” he said. ”I’ve been eating a lot of chicken also. Perhaps I’m getting feathers too.”
”Well, I’d better have a look,” she said.
After a lengthy examination, she looked up and said, ”Oh, I think it’s too late for you. You’ve got the neck and giblets too.”
Little Johnny came into the bathroom while his mother was taking a shower. He asked, ”Mum,
what’s that between your legs?”
She told him that was her squirrel.
Later that day he was in the bathroom again while Gran was taking a shower and he asked, ”Gran, what’s that between your legs?”
She replied, ”That’s my squirrel.”
Then little Johnny said, ”Mommy has one too, but hers is not as gray as yours.”
Grandma replied, ”That’s because your mum’s squirrel hasn’t cracked as many nuts as mine has!”