There was a young Indian boy, who deeply admired the Medicine Man in his tribal village.
He went to visit him one day, and said: "Mr. Medicine Man, you are the most valuable and respected person in our tribal village! You mend our broken bodies, cure our illnesses, and deliver our Babies. Tell me please, where do you get the names that you give to our newborn?"
The Medicine Man said: "It's simple, my son...here's how I do it: As soon as I deliver a baby, I step outside my tent and look around for any sign of natural activity. For example, last week when I delivered a baby boy, I stepped outside, looked around and saw a black bear climbing that tree right over there, so I named the boy "Climbing Bear".
"A month earlier, I delivered a baby girl, and when I stepped outside, I saw a young deer scampering around among our tents, so I named her "Prancing Fawn".
"Some time before that, I delivered another baby boy, and as soon as I stepped outside my tent, I saw a hawk diving down to capture a field mouse, so I named the boy "Diving Hawk".
"I hope that answers your question, "Two Dogs F--king"!
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