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Fishing brought happiness to Chuck as he sat amongst the trees with much effort and few results. It didn’t matter that no fish were on the line. He whistled all the while.

Sally loved her man, but his obsession with fishing drove her beyond mad. Maybe if he caught a fish once in a while, that would be different. She did like to eat fish, but the paraphernalia did not belong in her home. Once, she stepped on a hook that was hidden in the carpet. The dog winced at her profanity and luckily for Chuck, he was not home.

T-shirts, hats, random bumper stickers all about the man’s hobby were scattered everywhere. Chuck often looked like an add for some podunk hick town despite the fact he was a stock broker. One by one, the items began to disappear. Gone was the Big Mouth Billy Bass singing wall plaque, the Keepin’ it Reel baseball cap, the Meat without Feet sweatshirt, the Kiss my Bass coffee mug.

Chuck missed some of these items and wondered where they had been misplaced, but the bulk were forgotten as he had not remembered buying them in the first place. He still had his fish shaped car air freshener to keep him company while heading to his favorite spot.

On a crisp October morning, Chuck sat in his lambswool turtleneck and suspenders eying the water. Lot’s of mosquitoes today. He felt good about his chances. The line hit something with some resistance and he knew, he knew! Frantically he tugged to keep his prize on the line. Everything was going perfectly. He let the big guy tire out before reeling him in.

He was exhausted by the end of it and… surprised by a rather large plastic garbage sack that came flying at him. It was no fish at all. He carefully opened the bag in fear of what he might find. In it, one Big Mouth Billy Bass, one Keepin’ it Reel baseball cap, one Meat without Feet sweatshirt and some random smatterings of various bumper stickers and coffee mugs.

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  • sandra22
    sandra22over 4 years ago

    Hehe..finished beautifully, got me in hook, line and sinker (I know, I know:)
    ….love the ‘kiss my bass’ coffee cup…sounds like you know a little about angling Colleen
    sandra x

  • ha ha… my poor dad has no sons… we were forced… to touch… worms!!!!! And fish eggs!!! And yes, Sandra… you punny! : )

    – Zolton

  • Cathryn Swanson
    Cathryn Swansonover 4 years ago

    Hehe indeed! Sally’s not going to be too happy about that catch of the day!

  • I know… surely the mugs are still okay!!!

    – Zolton

  • Matt Penfold
    Matt Penfoldover 4 years ago

    Evil woman… :-)

  • muhuhu… that was not full blown evil… just a small sampling.

    – Zolton

  • Rhinovangogh
    Rhinovangoghover 4 years ago

    Oh Hilarious!!!! God I love it!!! What a fish tale!!! You rock. I am grinning from ear to ear. :-)

  • Thank you. ha ha.. comedy… lot’s of comedy needed today and it’s working out very well. : )

    – Zolton

  • Arcadia Tempest
    Arcadia Tempestover 4 years ago

    He he he… not the ol stack in garbage bag chuck em in the river trick?
    He must of been using good bait to catch the lot…. Better than a fish pie in the face I figure..
    Yep …you are wicked… ;O)

  • DBA Lehane
    DBA Lehaneover 4 years ago

    It’s a new genre, a story with catch and and a twist! ;) Love the little details running through this, which made it an extremely authentic and entertaining read.

  • Karirose
    Kariroseover 4 years ago

    Nice read! Love how Chuck noticed some items were missing but didn’t remember buying them! LOL And the singing fish should be chopped into small pieces and tossed into several garbage cans so as to limit the possibilities of them being reunited and torturing us with ‘song’ ever again! LOL

  • Solar Zorra
    Solar Zorraover 4 years ago

    LMAO……….This is perfect, my sons would love this one….as long as it was someone else. :) Solar

  • KMorral
    KMorralover 4 years ago

    Fab! What a twist…clever girl Sally, didn’t see it coming at all! What a way to drop a hint.

  • Drew Trotter
    Drew Trotterover 4 years ago

    You had me hoping Chuck was a fly fisherman. Nice write.

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