A gorilla walks into a bar and orders, “I will have a scotch on the rocks, please” and he hands the bartender a $10 bill. The bartender has a tattoo of an elephant on his forearm and he thinks to himself, “This gorilla doesn’t know the prices of drinks, and he probably won’t remember what I charge him anyway, so I am going to rip him off”, and gives the gorilla 15 cents change. The bartender says, “We don’t usually get any gorillas in here.” The gorilla replies, “Well, at $9.85 a drink, you can tell your elephant friend that I ain’t coming back, either.”
A stray dog walks into a bar and says to the bartender, “I’d like to buy some peanuts.” The bartender says, “Sorry, don’t sell peanuts.” The stray dog leaves. The next day, the dog returns and again says, “l want to buy some peanuts.” The bartender replies in an angry tone, “l already told you that I don’t sell peanuts.” The stray dog leaves. The next day, the dog comes in once again and he demands, “l want to buy some peanuts!” The bartender is outraged and he yells back, “l told you, I don’t sell peanuts! If you ask one more time, I’ll nail you to the wall!” The dog leaves. The next day, the dog walks into the bar and before the bartender can say a word, the dog asks, “Do you have any nails?” The bartender looks surprised at this unexpected question and he says, “Sorry, don’t have nails.” The dog says, “Well in that case then, do you have any peanuts?”
Written for Maggie’s Innovation Challenge #FUN20090 – Number #2, a bartender with a tattoo of an elephant on his/her forearm and Number #3, A stray dog, a drone, and/or a neighborhood ice cream truck.