Every day a 4th-grade boy walks home from school past a 4th-grade girl’s house.
One day he is carrying a football, and he stops to taunt the little girl.
He holds up the football and says, “See this football?
Football is a boys game and girls can’t have one!”
The little girl runs into the house crying and tells her mother about the encounter.
The mother runs out and buys the girl a football.
The next day the boy is riding home on his bike, and the girl shows him the football, yelling “Nah na nah na nah!”
The little boy gets mad and points to his bike.
“See this bike? This is a boys bike, and girls can’t have them!”
Next day, the boy comes by and the little girl is riding a new boy’s bike.
Now, the little boy gets mad.
So he drops his pants, points at his private parts, and says, “You see THIS? Only BOYS have these and your mother can’t go buy you one!”
The next day as the boy passes the house he asks the little girl.
“Well, what do you have to say NOW?”
The little girl pulls up her dress and says, “My mother told me that as long as I have one of these, I can have as many of THOSE as I want!”