A man was driving through the Arizona countryside when he saw a middle-aged smiling squaw standing by a Native American goods shop by the roadside.
She was surrounded by sixteen happy laughing children, ranging in age from toddler to teenager. The man stopped to visit the shop and see what was for sale. While looking around, he asked the woman, "Are these all your children?"
"Oh, yes," she replied, smiling, while simultaneously trying to sell him blankets and other relics on display in her shop.
"How do you handle them all?" he asked. "With such a huge family, don't you have lots of fights and arguments?"
"Oh, no," the woman declared with a chuckle, "We're just one great big Hopi family!"