At the Pony Store
Boy: I'm looking for a trick pony.
Man: Well here's a fine trick pony.
Boy: Let's see a trick.
Boy: Hmm. Any other tricks?
Boy: No, I already saw that trick. Are there any others?
Man: Umm, yeah, of course. [whispers to pony]
Boy: Look, if this is a one trick pony why don't you just say so?
Man: Alright, alright. How about this pony?
Boy: That's the same one.
Man: Nah it isn't. Watch this.
On the StreetYouth:
Youth: Hey I'm looking to party tonight. What's fifty bucks gonna get me.
Youth: Alright alright, how 'bout a hundred.
Youth: Ah, you're bustin' my balls here. Okay two. What do you say to two hundred?
Pony: [sensual backflip]
Youth: Yes, oh man. That was great. Whew. So do you do anything, you know, dirty?
Pony: [reluctant backflip]
At the Dinner TableSon:
Pony: [half-assed backflip]
Son: Umm, right. Hey, Pete, could you please pass the peas instead?
Mom: So, how was your day at school, pony?
Pony: [dismissive backflip]
Dad: Look, I'm tired of this backflipping every time we ask you a question. I know how school went. I got a note from your teacher. Apparently you're flunking math.
Pony: [defensive backflip]
Dad: I'm serious. Do you want to end up a one trick pony working the second tier bar mitzvah circuit? What kind of life is that?
Son: Don't yell at him, Dad. Maybe he'd be doing better at school if you paid a little more attention to him.
Pony: [self-righteous backflip]
Dad: Who asked you! Go to your room.
At the Paste FactoryWorker:
Pony: [tired backflip]
Worker: Oh my God. That pony just did a fucking back flip. Do another and we won't make you into paste.
Pony: [anxious backflip]
Worker: You know what, that's a great trick. I'll keep you anyway.
Pony: [excited backflips]
Boss: Hey Joe what the hell are you doing? Throw the pony in the vat already.
Worker: But boss this is a trick pony. It can do backflips.
Boss: Seriously? But can he do anything else?
Pony: [hopeless backflip]