There once was an Indian whose given name was “Onestone,” so named because he had only one testicle.
He hated that name, and asked everyone to not to call him Onestone!
After years and years of torment, Onestone finally cracked and threatened, “If anyone calls me Onestone again, I will kill them!”
Word got around and nobody called him that any more.
Then one day a young girl named Blue Bird forgot and greeted, “Good morning, Onestone.”
He jumped up, grabbed her, and took her deep into the forest where he had sex with her all day and all night. He had sex with her all the next day, until Blue Bird died from exhaustion.
Word got around that Onestone meant serious business!
Years went by and no one dared call him by his given name until a woman named Yellow Bird returned to the village, after being away for many years. Yellow Bird was Blue Bird’s cousin, and she was overjoyed when she saw Onestone! She hugged him and said, “Good to see you, Onestone.”
Onestone grabbed her, took her deep into the forest, then he screwed her all day, screwed her all night, screwed her all the next day, screwed her all the next night, but Yellow Bird wouldn’t die!
What is the moral of this story? The moral is: You can’t kill two birds with one stone!