Beau lived in a small town near the country. Many of his friends were farmers.
One Sunday, Sam, one of Beau's farmer friends, had an open house to show people their new barn and their repainted home.
Beau, Sam, and some other men were standing around and talking when Johnny, Sam's son, ran up to the group and exclaimed:
"Hey, Dad! The bull's out in the field and he's screwing all the cows!"
Johnny wasn't a bad kid. He just had a tendency to say things before he thought about them.
Sam took Johnny aside and told him gently but firmly:
"Son, around here we don't say the bull is .. er, uh ... screwing the cows. We say he's entertaining the cows."
Johnny said, "OK Dad." Then he went away.
Fifteen minutes later, Johnny ran up to the group of men and said:
"Hey Dad! The bull stopped entertaining the cows!"
Sam said, "That's nice to hear Johnny," glad and relieved that his son had used the word he had suggested.
Johnny then told the group:
"Yeah, the bull stopped entertaining the cows. And now he's screwing the horse!"