A Czechoslovakian goes to the zoo and heads to the lion exhibit. He wants a closer look at the lions and before anyone could stop him, he was is their cage. He’s soon attacked and eaten by one of the lions.
A witness to this tragic event says to the zookeeper, “I saw the whole thing happen. It was a male lion who ate the Czechoslovakian.
The zookeeper opens up one of the male lions, but finds no Czechoslovakian. He then opens up the other male lion; again, no Czechoslovakian. Finally, they open the female lion…there’s the Czechoslovakian.
Moral of the story is to never believe someone when they say “the Czech is in the male.”