When in doubt…

….post a picture of a fish.

Because I don’t know what else to say right now.

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18 Comments on “When in doubt…”

  1. Tony Single Says:

    Hey man, works for me! 😛

  2. Deb Says:

    Neither do I

  3. Deb Says:

    damn, that didn’t work. Here’s the pic that goes with it:

  4. Friar Says:

    @Deb

    Oooh…I want one!

  5. Friar Says:

    @Tony
    Going fishing is cheaper than a $100/hour therapist.

    (Well, marginally cheaper).

  6. Friar's Mom Says:

    Going fishing with someone in a canoe on an isolated lake is “Priceless”.

    Except for the sounds of nature, it’s so peaceful. Reflections in the water, especially at dusk, are spectacular and ever-changing. One has to keep still in mind and body. Movements have to be slow, else the canoe will tip. Conversation is honest and laid-back. Patience is a must. The first tug on the line is exciting.

    A fishing Sherpa to remove the catch is a bonus.

    Wee Friar, thanks for so many memories. And thanks for filetting our catch.

  7. Friar Says:

    @Friar’s Mom

    You realize, of course, that comments like yours will only rile up Eyeteaguy!

  8. XUP Says:

    Oh. We’re back to the blurry hand photos now, eh?

  9. Friar Says:

    @XUP
    Yes…but it apparently doesn’t seem to matter, with respect to how many people read the post, or how many comments I get. 😉

  10. Eyeteaguy Says:

    Big whoop dee doo. I caught a fish once too. It was easy.

    Eyeteaguy

  11. Friar Says:

    @Eyeteaguy

    Well, you should be happy that at least it isn’t a photo of lame-ass dead fish.

    It’s a lame-ass LIVE fish, that was let go.

  12. Friar's Mom Says:

    @Wee Friar,

    Your nothing post of a gasping fish generated 12 comments. Pretty good for someone who had nothing to say.

    You even got Eyewhoopdeedooguy’s attention.

    Pretty good.

  13. Friar Says:

    @Friar’s Mom

    Well, that’s what I mean.

    Same discussion…same number of comments. For something that took me 2 minutes to cut-and-paste.

    As opposed to a Viking post that takes me several hours to draw and put together.

  14. Friar's Mom Says:

    @Wee Friar,

    Can you imagine how many comments you’d get if you caught a real Viking and just posted his photo?

  15. Friar Says:

    @Friar’s Mom

    Probably not that many more…

    Maybe if I instead wrote about how to go be in touch with your feelings and follow your dreams, then I’d get more readers. 🙂

  16. Mr. G Says:

    Well… you got a new reader with a blurry pic and a few vikings at the office!

    Cheers

  17. Brett Legree Says:

    “Maybe if I instead wrote about how to go be in touch with your feelings and follow your dreams…”

    Is this not technically what you’re doing though by posting a picture of a fish you caught?

    (and I mean that in a good way, you’re in touch with your feelings and following your dreams by going fishing, maybe that’s what people see in the picture and why they like it enough to comment)

  18. Friar Says:

    @Mr. G.

    Well, welcome to the Deep Friar!

    And I promise you, not all my posts will be out-of-focus pictures of fish.

    @Brett
    Yes, I do write about what’s important to me at times. But here, I think you’re reading a bit too much into this.

    But this time I just cut and paste a photo of a fish for a quick post. I was too lazy to write something of any subtance. 🙂


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