> > INDIAN HEAD DRESS
> > Ever wonder what the feathers in a Indians head ban stood for?
> > A female reporter, interviewing an American Indian Chief, asked the
> > significance of the varied number of feathers in Indian headdresses.
> > "Feathers show number of sexual partners," the chief replied.
> > Indicating a nearby young brave, he continued, "Him? One woman, one
> > feather. Him?", pointing to a second, older man, "Three women, three
> > feathers."
> > The reporter looked at the Chief's headdress. "But you have so many
> > feathers!"
> > The Chief proudly slapped his chest. "Me Chief.
> > Sleep with all women.
> > Big, small, fat, tall."
> > Horrified, the female reporter said, "You ought to be hung!"
> > The Chief said, "Damn right. Me hung big like buffalo, long like snake."
> > The offended reporter said, "You don't have to be hostile!"
> > The Chief replied, "Hoss-style, dog-style, wolf-style, any style!"
> > The reporter cried, "Oh, dear!"
> > "No deer", said the Chief. "Ass too high, run too fast.