“My father isn’t home,” she said, “but I can help you. You want our bull to service your cow. Well, my father charges one hundred pounds for his best bull.”
“That’s not what I want,” the neighbour said.
“We have a young bull who is just starting out. My father charges fifty pounds for him.”
“That’s not what I want, either.”
“We have an old bull out in the pasture,” the girl tried again. “He can still do the job and my father charges only ten pounds for him.”
“That’s not what I want,” the neighbour said. “I came here to see your father about your brother Elmer. Elmer made my daughter pregnant.”
“Oh,” the girl replied. “You’ll have to see my father about that. I don’t know what he charges for Elmer.”