The Scene: Friday evening. Oberlin College. Mr. Bean, Daisy Mae and I are at a Beekeeping meeting. While waiting for the meeting to start, Mr. Bean is looking at a catalog of beekeeping supplies. There is a page of honey jars for sale. The jars in the picture are full of honey.
Daisy Mae: Is that apple cider?
Mr. Bean: Daisy, this is a beekeeping catalog. I don't think bees make apple cider.
Daisy Mae: OK, but is that apple cider?
Mr Bean, looking perplexed: Um...um...yes. That's apple cider. It's harvested by the Apple Cider Beetles.
Daisy Mae: The Beatles? Are they still alive?
Mr Bean: Huh?
5 minutes later, Daisy Mae looks over Mr. Bean's shoulder again, as he looks at a second page of honey jars.
Daisy Mae: Wow, that's dark. Is that ketchup?
Mr. Bean stops for a moment. His mouth opens and closes several times.
Mr. Bean: No, that's more apple cider. It's harvested by the apple cider beetles.
Daisy Mae: Aren't The Beatles dead?
Mr. Bean: Two of them are.
Daisy Mae: Why aren't they making music anymore?
Mr. Bean: Because they went into the apple cider business.
Daisy Mae: I think you're making this up.