Monday, September 21, 2009

THE GREAT DEBAIT

This gentleman was standing outside a restaurant we were going to. He was holding a fish that, presumably, he caught. I asked him what he used for bait. "Plankton," he responded. I ordered a hamburger.

25 comments:

  1. Ha ha you'll be talking to gnomes next

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  2. This sailor was certainly blown way off course. You made the right menu selection.

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  3. I like a bit of fish myself provided it has been de-boned first.

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  4. he seems frozen by your icy conversation!

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  5. Ever since I was knee high to a barnacle I've liked this kind of statue and cigar store indians too. Nice shot.

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  6. I think you made the right decision!

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  7. LOL.
    And I know a young man who works on a ship in Alaska who looks exactly like your fisherman. Andy would have answered plankton too. :)

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  8. That is so interesting. And you do get around. Now, you're in Aruba! Eating hamburgers.

    By the way, the next time you're in Ocala at B Squared Salvage, give me a call.

    We have a Red Lobster here.

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  9. Have you flown south yet B2? What I love is some fine gulf coast shrimp, amberjack and snapper. Yummmmmm
    V

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  10. LoL! I'm crackin' up - Very funny!

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  11. Hahaha! Actually he reminds me of the serial killer character in I Know What You Did Last Summer I & II. :-)

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  12. LOL! I ate out last night and had whitefish in a bag--it was good. Also calamari.

    Cute cApture, FUN!

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  13. HAHAHAHAHA! - Touché!
    I would have gone for the hamburger as well my friend-:)

    Hello by the way-:)

    And take care for now
    Best regards
    Asta

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  14. Adorable picture!
    I liked it a lot!
    Hello dear friend, cool post as usual.Please, forgive us for our absence, we are travelling a little bit again.
    Hugs
    Léia

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  15. He looks a bit like the Gorton's of Gloucester fisherman.

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  16. Good choice on your part, B. Squared! He looks like the kind of guy who'd tell fish tails.

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  17. I am surprised he actually answered you. Them fisherfolk are a mighty silent lot. MB

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