I Have a Friend
I have a friend who's always taken me to task for those kind of jokes, but she can
tell jokes, you know.
She can tell jokes like, if a man is alone in the forest, does he know he's wrong?
What's so funny about that?
And another one she likes to tell is, why did God make men's brains slightly larger
than dogs' brains?
And that's so a man won't actually hump your leg at a party.
I don't get it.
And then she'll say something like, there's nothing wrong with men that another 2,000
years of evolution couldn't cure.
Well, this got us to start thinking.
Now, if a new sensitive man is evolving, if there is such a thing, and I think there
is, I think men are changing in that direction, there must have been somewhere way back in
the mists of time, the first sensitive man.
Because evolution is a long, long process, it doesn't happen overnight.
So we would like to, thanks to the magic of theater, bring out on stage now, ladies and
gentlemen, from the caves, the first sensitive man.