They were doing well at the farming and they lived well often eating out,
went to the theatre and so on. Yet, after four years of marriage, they were not
very successful with their lovemaking. They eventually consulted a psychiatrist
who told them that they were probably too tensed up about the whole business.
He told them to relax, to stop worrying about it. He told them to avoid having
routine tunes for their lovemaking and to let it be spontaneous whenever and wherever
they both had the urge. Some weeks later the psychiatrist was passing the farm
and saw his client digging in the field. He stopped and asked him how things had
'Great! Absolutely great!' said the farmer. The only trouble is we can never show
our faces in the Hotel dining-room again.'