Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Fishing, anyone?

We communicate to understand one another. Sometimes, we don't need to, as body language can do just as well. Are there times, we don't want to know what happened or simply too afraid to ask? Or, do we prefer a little mystery in our life for that extra excitement?


*She Has Destroyed My Fishing Pleasure!*

Saturday morning I got up early, dressed quietly, made my lunch, grabbed the
dog, slipped quietly into the garage to hook the boat to the truck, and
backed out into a torrential downpour.

The wind was blowing 50 mph. I drove back into the garage, turned on the car
radio and discovered that the weather was going to be bad all day long.

I went back into the house, quietly undressed, and slipped back into bed. I
cuddled up to my wife's back, now with a different purpose in mind, and
whispered " The weather out there is horrible ! "

My loving wife of twenty years replied, " Can you believe my stupid husband
is out fishing in this crap ? "

I still don't know to this day whether she was joking, but I have given up
fishing.


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5 comments:

  1. That's funny! Well, he had better give up fishing for good! LOL

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  2. MBL, LOL! Glad you enjoyed it.

    Foongpc, what is it about fishing, do you know? I have friends who have been at it for years - with a cooler of beer at their side, of course. I sometimes, think it's the beer. Or perhaps some quiet time to think (and scheme)? LOL!

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  3. Actually I don't go fishing. I was tempted to try it once, but never did! I have friends who love it! They say it is very therapeutic, and calming to the mind.

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  4. I guess it's great for some me-time. These days with the availability of a laptop, there's enough to keep one occupied while waiting for the fish to decide on taking the bait.

    I'm glad you don't go fishing. I think it's a cruel thing to do, hooking up the fishes mouth and inside. How would anglers feel if a man-giant were to do that to them.

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