A farmer decided he wanted to go into town to see a movie.


As he was standing in line for a ticket, the ticket agent says to him. “Sir, what’s that on your shoulder?”


“Well,” said the farmer, “this here’s my pet rooster, Chuck. I never go anywhere without Chuck.”


“Sir, I’m sorry,” the ticket agent responds, “but we don’t allow any animals in the auditorium.”


Now the farmer is a wily old operator, and he knows how to work around a problem.


So, he disappears around the corner and stuffs the rooster down his overalls. Then he returns to the ticket booth, buys a ticket, and walks off to take his seat.


On this occasion, he’s seated next to two old women, Maude and Daisy.


The movie starts and naturally the rooster begins to get restless. So, the old farmer unbuttons his fly so Chuck could stick his head out to watch the movie.


“Daisy,” says Maude, whispering.


“What is it, Maude?” Daisy responds.


“I think the guy next to me is a pervert.”


“What makes you think so?” Daisy asks.


“He just undid his pants, and he’s got his thing out,” whispers Maude.


“So, why worry?” Daisy responds, “at your age, it’s not like you haven’t seen one before. When you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all.”


“Well, that’s what I thought,” Maude responded, “but this one’s eating my popcorn.“