The Theater Companion Trouble

Tom, a rancher, decided to treat himself to a night out at the local theater.

As he stood in line to purchase a ticket, the ticket agent noticed something peculiar and asked, “Excuse me, sir, what’s that on your shoulder?”

With a grin, Tom replied, “Oh, that’s just my pet parrot, Polly. Never go anywhere without her.”

The ticket agent hesitated, then informed Tom, “I’m sorry, sir, but our policy prohibits animals inside the theater.”

Undeterred, Tom had a clever plan up his sleeve. He disappeared around the corner, discreetly tucked Polly into his shirt, and returned to buy a ticket.

Once inside, Tom found a seat between two elderly ladies, Betty and Agnes.

As the movie started, Polly became restless, prompting Tom to unbutton his shirt and let the parrot peek out to enjoy the film.

Betty leaned over to Agnes and whispered, “Agnes, I think the man next to me is a bit peculiar.”

Curious, Agnes asked, “Why do you say that?”

“He just unbuttoned his shirt, and he’s got something out,” replied Betty in a hushed tone.

Agnes chuckled and reassured her, “Oh, dear, at our age, it’s nothing we haven’t seen before. Let him be.”

Betty sighed in relief but then added, “Well, that’s what I thought, but his parrot is sharing our popcorn.”

Of Ranchers, Roosters, and Unruly Parrots

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