Southwest Fables: The Pit Bull and the Chihuahua

There once was a pit bull who liked napping on hot days under a cottonwood tree. One blistering day, he woke to find a chihuahua on his back. “Orale—what are you doing?” he said.

“I’m resting, pendejo.”

“Rest somewhere else.”

“You can’t make me.”

Growing angry, the pit bull ran, jumped and rolled but nothing could shake the chihuahua.

“Ha! Try again pendejo!”

Finally, the pit bull lay still. “Good. Now stay, pendejo,” the chihuahua said, settling in to sleep. The minute he closed his eyes, the pit bull rose and smashed him against the tree, killing him instantly. “Who you calling pendejo, pendejo?”

Moral: Even assholes have to sleep sometime.

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