There are two statues in a park; one of a nude man and one of a nude woman. They had been facing each other across a pathway for a hundred years, when one day an angel comes down from the heavens and, with a single gesture, brings the two to life.
The angel tells them, “As a reward for being so patient through a hundred blazing summers and dismal winters, you have been given life for thirty minutes to do what you’ve wished to do the most.”
The male statue looks at the female, and she looks at him. Then, without a word, they run together into the shrubbery.
The angel waits patiently while the bushes rustle and sounds of laughter ensue. After fifteen minutes, the two former statues walk out of the bushes, breathless and laughing.
The angel says to them, “Um, you have fifteen minutes left; would you care to do it again?”
The male turns to his female counterpart and asks, “Shall we?”
She eagerly replies, “Oh, yes, let’s! But let’s change positions.
This time, I’ll hold the pigeon down and you crap on its head.”