This fellow had always wanted to go to Mexico and see the sights. He booked a vacation for 10 days. On the first Sunday he was there he went to see a bullfight. After the bullfight he went to a restaurant across the street from the plaza where the bullfight occured.
As he was looking at the menu trying to decide what to order, he saw the waiter bring a dish to another patron that was seated at a table across from him. This dish has beans, rice, and all the other trimmings that most Mexican dishes have, but this one also had two baseball sized meat balls sitting on top of it. When the waiter came to take his order, he pointed to what this other diner was eating.
"I think I'll have what that man is having. That looks really good."
The waiter responded, "Oh senor, I so sorry, but we only serve one deesh of dat meal a week. Da man booked dat meal a week ahead. You see, eet is dey "cajones" of dee bool. De bool keeled in dee boolfight. You unnerstand?"
"Oh, I see. I do understand", said the man. "But it REALLY looks delicious, and I'm going to be here through the week, so I would like to book that meal for next week right now. Can I do that?"
"Oh si' senor! Berry good! I book eet now."
So the waiter took all the information. The man ordered and ate his meal, left the waiter a good tip and left. All week long he was thinking about that meal. Unfortunately he couldn't attend the bullfight that Sunday due to another event he was scheduled to go to, but he was at the restaurant right after the bullfight. He sat at his table, the waiter came over and greeted and and told him his meal was being prepared as they spoke. Anxious with expectation, he saw the waiter bring the tray out. When he set it before him on the table, disappointment swept over him, because there before him was that grand dish, but instead two baseball sized meatballs, were two meatballs that were about the size of large "shooter" marbles.
"What...what...is this? This isn't like what I saw here last week. What's going on?"
The waiter shrugged, and told him.....
"Sometimes, senor, dee bool....he ween....."