Out on the great American desert one day, a bald eagle reached a
state of great libidal distress. Pickings were slim, but in time, he saw a
dove flying by. "Better than nothin'", he muttered (birds in jokes can mutter)
and swooped down, grabbed the dove and flew to his nest. Feathers flew, and
eventually the dove tottered to the edge of the cliff and shouted (yes, they
"I'm a dove! I've been loved! And I LIKE it!"
Well, this took care of the old boy for a while but soon enough he
was at it again. All he could find was a lark, so away he went, and feathers
flew and soon the lark tottered to the edge of the cliff and shouted:
"I'm a lark! I've been sparked! And I LIKE it!"
As you can guess, some time later our friend was again in need of
amor... lib... you know! This time, all that happened by was... a duck!
So down he swooped, and feathers flew, and the next thing seen is the duck
tottering to the cliffside and shouting:
"I'M A DRAKE! THERE'S BEEN A MISTAKE! AND I DON'T LIKE IT!!!