Three hookers are comparing notes about their customers from the night before.
“I entertained a cowboy last night,” says the first.
“How did you know he was a cowboy?” asks the second.
“Well, he wore a cowboy hat, cowboy boots, and kept both the hat and the boots on all the time we were together.”
“Sounds like a cowboy, all right,” the others say.
“I entertained a lawyer,” announces the second. “I could tell because he wore a three-piece suit and packed a briefcase. He wore the vest of the suit and hung on to the briefcase all the time.”
They agree he sounded like a lawyer.
“I had a farmer for a client,” comments the third.
“How could you possibly know he was a farmer?” she is asked.
“Well first he complained it was too dry, then he whined it was too wet, then he asked if he could pay me in the fall.”