A young farmer is newly married, and the couple can't get enough sex. Just before leaving the house for the fields at dawn, they tear make love, and when he returns home at evening they have another go - before and after supper, and maybe a couple more during the night.
The problem is during the day, the fields
are a long way from the house and the young man loses so much time traveling
home and back again at noon, that he decides to consult a friend (the town's
doctor) about what to do.
"Easiest thing in the world, Homer" says the doctor. "You take your rifle out
with you every day don't you? Well, when you feel like you're in the mood for
some lovin', just fire a shot into the air as a signal to your wife, for her to
come out to you. That way you won't lose any workin' time."
Homer tries this and it seems to work pretty good for a while. One day though
the doctor stops by the house to pay a visit and he notices Homer sitting alone
inside looking very morose.
"What's wrong?" he asks. "Didn't my idea work? And where's your wife?"
"Oh, it worked," says Homer. "Whenever I got in the mood I fired off a shot
like you said, and Beckie'd come runnin'. Then we'd find a secluded place and
screw. Then Beckie'd go back home."
"So what's the problem?"
"Well I think I overdid it, Doc. I ain't seen hide nor hair of Beckie since
the huntin' season got started..."