Three bulls were standing around the farmyard one day, talking about how the farmer had just bought a new bull.
The first bull, the biggest and strongest of the group, says "He's in for a surprise when he gets here. I'll be damned if he thinks he can take any of my 500 cows!"
The second bull chimes in, "You got THAT right, brother! He's not touching any of my 250 cows!"
The third bull, the youngest of the bunch, pipes up and says "I've only been here a year, and I know I'm not as big and as strong as you guys, but I've earned my 10 cows and he's not getting a single one!"
About this time, a large truck pulling a trailer backs in to the ranch and begins to unload a 4,000-pound monster of a bull. This thing's so big that the steel ramp is bending with every step he takes.
It's at this point that the youngest bull starts huffing and grunting and aggressively scraping the ground with his hoof.
The oldest bull looks at him and says, "Son, use your head. Just give up a few of your cows and live to tell about it."
The youngest bull replies, "Dude! He can have all of my cows, I'm just making sure he knows I'm a bull!"