A woodpecker from the United States and a Canadian woodpecker were in Canada arguing about which country had the toughest trees. The Canadian woodpecker claimed Canada had a tree that no woodpecker could peck.
The U.S. woodpecker accepted his challenge and promptly pecked a hole in the tree with no problem. The Canadian woodpecker was amazed.
The U.S. woodpecker then challenged the Canadian woodpecker to peck a tree in the U.S. that was absolutely 'impeccable' (a term frequently used by woodpeckers ).
The Canadian woodpecker expressed confidence that he could do it and accepted the challenge.
The two of them flew to the U.S. where the Canadian woodpecker successfully pecked the so-called 'impeccable' tree almost without breaking a sweat.
Both woodpeckers were now terribly confused. How is it that the Canadian woodpecker was able to peck the U.S. tree, and the U.S. woodpecker was able to peck the Canadian tree, yet neither was able to peck the tree in their own country?
After much woodpecker pondering, they both came to the same conclusion:
Apparently, Tiger Woods was right, when he said, your pecker gets harder when you're away from home.