A Rabbi, a Hindu, and a Hawkeye fan are all on a roadtrip together. Their car breaks down in front of the perverbial farm house. Since they are in the middle of nowhere and its in the middle of the night, they deciede to ask the farmer if they can stay the night. They knock on the door and the farmer agrees. However, the farmer says that he has only 2 extra beds and someone will have to sleep in the barn.
The Hindu says that he grew up in India very poor. His house, as a child, had a dirt floor and that he was used to sleeping in such conditions, so he volunteered to sleep in the barn. Five minutes later, the farmer answers a knock at the door and the Hindu states that there are cows in the barn. Since cows are holy and sacred to his people, he cannot sleep in the same place as a cow and must stay in the farmhouse.
The rabbi now volunteers to sleep in the barn. He says that he does not mind the idea and as long as he has a nice bed of hay to sleep on he will stay warm and comfortable. Again, five minutes later the farmer answers a second knock at the door. The rabbi firmly states that since there is a pig in the barn, and pigs are unclean animals, that he may not stay there.
The Hawkeye fan, seeing no other choice, agrees to sleep in the barn. He says that having gone to the University of Iowa, he is used to farm life and doesn't have a problem laying down with animals (especially if they are unclean, or sheep).
After another five minutes the farmer is forced to answer a third knock at the door. He opens the door...
and its the cow and the pig.