A man walks into a bar with a giraffe. He says, “A beer for me and one for my giraffe.” And they stand around drinking for hours until the giraffe passes out on the floor. The man pays the tab and gets up to leave. The bartender says, “Hey! You’re not going to leave that lyin’ on the floor, are you?” The man says, “That’s not a lion, it’s a giraffe.”
Once a gentleman arrived at a bar
In the company of a grand giraffe.
They’d walked, for want of a spacious ‘nuff car,
And now both sought to imbibe a carafe.
“Some booze for me and my friend, good shop keep!”
Sang the man, though his voice was depleted.
Two large drinks were soon served, and though not cheap,
They were gulped and the order repeated.
The giraffe, after hours of drinking,
Fell to the floor, so the man paid the tab,
And to the front door he started slinking,
‘Til the angry barkeep stopped him to gab.
“Don’t leave that lyin’ there! What, are you daft?!”
“Tis no lion,” said he, “But a giraffe.”