Why American Indians have feathers on their headdresses. (I'm not sure if this is true, I got it off snopes.com and it said "Undetermained")
Barbara Walters was doing a documentary on the customs of American Indians. While touring a reservation during the documentary she was puzzled as to why the difference in the number of feathers in the headdresses. So she asked a Valente who only had one feather in his headdress, and his reply was: "Only have one woman: one woman, one feather."
Feeling the first fellow was only joking, she asked another brave. This Valente had two feathers in his headdress. And he replied: "Me have two women: two women, two feathers."
Still not convinced the feathers indicated the number of sexual partners involved, she decided to interview the Chief. Now the Chief had a headdress full of feathers which, needless to say, amused Ms. Walters. She asked the Chief, "Why do you have so many feathers in your headdress?"
The Chief proudly pounded his chest and said: "Me Chief, me sleep with 'em all. "Big, small, fat and tall, me sleep with em all."
Horrified, Ms. Walters stated, "You ought to be hung."
The Chief said: "You damn right, me hung, big like buffalo, long like snake."
Ms. Walters cried, "You don't have to be so hostile."
The Chief replied: "Hoss-style, dog-style, wolf-style, any style, me sleep with em all."
With tears in her eyes, Ms. Walters cried, "Oh dear."
The Chief said: "No deer. bunda too high, run too fast."