Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Wirecutter, the Early Years


Adrienne said...

That is really funny. Don't tell anyone, but it looks like something I would do as a kid. Shhhhhh

Granny said...

Considering the recent post by WC regarding what to do with all of his fishing gear, that's a hoot. LMAO

Anonymous said...

Way back in my Boy Scout days, a new kid joined the Troop. He claimed to be a great fisherman, as he went fishing with his father all of the time. So one evening at Scout camp about a half-dozen of us Scouts (including the "great fisherman" went out and caught close to a hundred various panfish (bluegills, sunfish, and the occasional perch). We then took all of the fish back to camp for a fish fry. When we started cleaning the fish, though, the "fisherman" starting turning green, and it was obvious he wasn't going to be able to decapitate or gut any of the fish. We asked him, "But we thought you were a great fisherman?" He answered, "But my dad always cleaned the fish!" Well, we chastised him, as after all, to be a *complete* fisherman one must bait the hook, catch the fish, clean the fish, cook the fish, and eat the fish! It was pretty funny, even to this day.