A man was taking a truckload of penguins to the zoo, but unfortunately his truck broke down on the highway. After a bit, another man in a truck came along and stopped to see if he could help him.
The first man said, "Yes, you can help me. I was taking these penguins to the zoo and my truck broke down and Iím wondering if you would be willing to take them on for me."
The other man said, "Sure, Iíll be happy to take them."
Then both men went about the business of taking the penguins off one truck and putting them on the other.
At this point, the first man said, "Here is a little something for your trouble."
The second man took a look at what he had given him and it was a hundred-dollar bill.
About an hour later the first man got his truck fixed and then headed for the zoo to check on his precious cargo. When he arrived, the second man and the penguins were nowhere in sight. At this point, he began to ask around if anyone had seen this man and his penguins. Finally someone told him that they had seen a man and some penguins down town, which was several blocks away.
After driving around for about thirty minutes he finally spotted them: the man and about fifteen penguins all in single file behind him. The first man rushed up to him and said, "I thought I told you to take these penguins to the zoo."
The second man said, "I did take them to the zoo. We had so much fun and I had a little money left over, so now Iím taking them to the ball game."