This month our farmer is a man on a mission. To install a more efficient, labour saving, dreamy, cow and wife friendly new milking parlour. He goes to town to consider his options.
He brings a cake in from town. He always does.
“Well, how did you get on?”
“Good” says he.
“What did you think?”
“Well, he asked me if the wife milked?” says he.
“And what did you say?” says I.
“She can be persuaded to on occasion.” says he. “If the price is right.”
“So I tried the two clusters for size. The man size one and the more lets say, lightweight, wife friendly one.”
“And?” says I.
“I can see the logic. It’s lighter. Nice.” says he.
“Right.’ says I.
“What are you thinking?” says he.
“We’ll have another slice of that cake.” says I.