Hamlet: Bertha! Did you order room service?
Bertha: (Rolling over a bit, but working very hard at it) No, Hammy. I ordered a pizza.
Hamlet: That woman's here again. (He begins to get up.)
Bertha: Let me know if she has something good.
Hamlet: I'll try it out and I'll let you know how it was. (He runs to the edge of the fence.)
Bertha: (Fighting the urge to go back to sleep) Hammy! You'd eat it all without me? How dare you! (Bertha gets up and runs towards the food) I still want my pizza!
Bertha: Don't look now, Hamlet, but you're standing in the food. You better not do that when my pizza is delivered!
Hamlet sneaks away to visit friends while Bertha is snoozing away near the barn.
Hamlet sampled all of the food before Bertha could get her extra-large caboose to the fence. She was able to get some, but quickly made her way back for more beauty sleep, while Hamlet visited friends.
Moral of the story:
You snooze, you lose!