. . . Four Levels of Concern
You pick up a hitchhiker, a beautiful young girl.
She suddenly faints in your car.
You rush her to the hospital.
. . You are worried.
At the hospital, they say she is pregnant
and congratulate you on becoming a father.
You say that you are not the father,
but the girl claims that you are.
. . This makes you anxious.
You request tests to prove your innocence.
The tests show that you are infertile
and probably have been since birth.
. . You are relieved but still tense.
While driving home, you think of your wife
and your two lovely daughters.
. . Now that's stress.