Posted on P.U.N.Y. as a riddle, “I want to get off on Foal 100”. This is by Bob Dvorak.
The youngster on the horse farm was in a playful mood. The weather was warm, the skies were clear. Butterflies flitted about and there wasn’t a fly in sight. He went down to the pond, and gingerly stepped in to grab a sip of water. A misstep into the muck, however, caused him to flounder; he lost his footing and splashed full-body into the water. Shortly he righted himself and, soaked mane to tail, made his way back to dry land.
Newley emerged from the pond, he sang what song?
WET KIND OF FOAL, AM I.
It’s a takeoff on:
WHAT KIND OF FOOL AM I?
Musis and lyrics by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse from the musical “Stop the World, I Want to Get Off” (1961)