Mr. Perkins walks into a bar and sits down on one of the stools. "Can I get you a drink?" asks the bartender. "No thanks," says Mr. Perkins. "I tried drinking once and didn't like it." A few minutes pass and the bartender lights up a cigar. "Care for a smoke?" he asks Perkins. "No, thank you," says Perkins. "I tried smoking once and I didn't much care for it." The guys want to play a game of poker in the back room and they ask Perkis if he wants to join them. "No thanks," says Perkins. "I tried gambling once and it just wasn't for me." Perkins just sits there at the end of the bar and finally the bartender says to him, "You don't drink, you don't smoke, and you don't gamble. What are you doing here?" "I am here to meet my son." The bartender says: "He must be an only child."
(From the "Rest" of RHF)