A young Native American indian boy, aged about 6, is clearly deep in thought, when his grandfather asks him:
"What troubles you?"
The boy says:
"Grandfather, how do our parents decide what to name us?"
His grandfather closes his eyes, thinking, and says:
"Well, when your sister was born, your mother looked outside, and noticed a deer jumping over a log, and decided to call her Jumping Deer. Do you see?"
The boy nods.
His grandfather goes on:
"And when your brother was born, your mother saw a brown bear on the far side of the stream, and called him Running Bear. Do you see?"
Again the boy nods. His grandfather, seeing the boy has not moved, and is still wearing a frown on his young brow, enquires:
"And why do you ask these questions, Two Dogs Fucking?"