The truck driver looked askance at the soup he had just been served in a backwoods eatery. It contained dark flecks of seasoning, but two of the spots were suspicious
“Hey,” he called out to the waitress, “these particles in my soup – aren’t they foreign objects?”
She scrutinized the bowl. “No, sir!” she reassured them. “Those things live around here and are all-American.”
The big Texan, visiting New York for the first time, entered a fancy restaurant and ordered a steak. The waiter served it very rare. The Texan took one look at it and demanded that it be returned to the kitchen and cooked.
“It is cooked,” snapped the waiter.
“Cooked – nothing!” shouted the Texan. “I’ve seen cows hurt worse than that, and get better.”