"The Horse and The Rabbit"

A horse and a rabbit are playing in a meadow.  The horse falls into a mud hole and is sinking.  He calls to the rabbit to go and get the Farmer to help pull him to safety.  The rabbit runs to the farm but the Farmer is  nowhere to be found.  The rabbit then drives the Farmer's Mercedes back to the mud hole and ties some rope around the bumper and then throws the other end to the horse, and saves him from sinking.

A few days later, the rabbit and the horse are playing in the meadow again, and the rabbit falls into the mud hole.  The rabbit yelled to the horse to get some help from the farmer.   The horse said "I think I can stand   over the hole."  So he stretched over the width of the hole and said, "Grab my 'thingy' and pull yourself up" and the rabbit did and pulled himself to safety.

 The moral of the story:  If you are hung like a horse, you don't need a Mercedes.