A frog walks into a bank and asks the teller for a loan. The teller, a Mr. Patrick Wack, looks incredulously and insists that the frog will need some identification and collateral. The frog, undeterred, produces a card showing his name to be Kermit Jagger and claims that he is the adopted son of Mick Jagger, but needs the money because his dad has disowned him. He also produces a tiny metallic elephant which he claims is a rare heirloom that he is prepared to offer as security for the loan.
By now, the teller is suspicious, and says he’ll need authorisation from the manager.
“There’s a frog out there who calls himself Kermit Jagger”, Wack begins. Showing the elephant trinket, he continues, “I asked him for collateral and ID. He showed me a licence and made up some far-fetched story about his dad being Mick Jagger, but what do you make of this toy?”
The manager bursts into song as he explains, “It’s a knick-knack, Paddy Wack, give the frog a loan. His old man’s a rolling stone!”