Lighten up Mondays.

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There are these two nude statues, one of a man and the other of a woman, standing across from each other in a secluded park.  A few hundred years after they’ve been put in place, an angel flutters down to them.  A wave of his hand, and suddenly the statues come to life and the man and the woman step down from their pedestals.

The Thinker by Auguste Rodin. Grubleren, in Ny...
(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The angel says, “I have been sent to grant the mutual request you both have made after hundreds of years of standing across from each other, unable to move.  But be quick – you only have fifteen minutes until you must become statues again.”

The man looks at the woman.  They both flush and giggle, and then run off into some underbrush.  The sound of great rustling comes from the bushes, and seven minutes later, they come back to the angel, obviously satisfied.

The angel smiles at the couple.  “That was only seven minutes – why not go back and do it again?”

The former statues look at each other for a minute, and then the woman says, “Why not?  But let’s reverse it this time – you hold down the pigeon, and I’ll poop on it.”

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