Children brought up on a farm are often quite precocious. A nun gave a lecture
on the facts of life to the combined classes one day. She thought the tiny tots
would hardly know what her talk was all about so she left them in the classroom.
After a while she noticed little five-year-old Johnnie whispering with a little
four-year-old Jane and she asked Johnnie what was the meaning of their whispering.
Johnnie stood up and asked: 'Please sister, can a woman of four have a baby?'
'Of course not,' answered the sister, quite flustered. Johnnie turned to the little
girl beside him and said: 'Didn't I tell you you had nothing to worry about.'