Monday, October 22, 2007

It's the Groaner of the Week!!!

"Monday, Monday . . . can't trust that day."

The Mamas and Papas had that right but one thing is for sure -- the Groaner of the Week is alive and well! Today's entry is a classic that I tripped across when searching my archives and I think y'all will grooooooooooaaaaaaaaannnnnnnn with gusto on this one! Enjoy!!!!!!!

Many years ago, a fisherman and his wife had twin sons. They couldn't decide what to name them so the husband said, "Let's just wait. If we wait long enough, the names will simply occur to us." After several weeks, they noticed something peculiar about the children. When left alone, one boy would face the sea, and the other would face inland.

"Let's call the boys Toward and Away," suggested the fisherman, and his wife agreed.

Years passed, and one day the fisherman told his adult sons, "It's time that you learned how to make a living from the sea." The fisherman and his sons provisioned their ship and set sail for a three-month voyage. At the voyage's end, the fisherman returned alone.

"What happened?" his wife cried.

"We were barely one day out to sea," the fisherman explained solemnly, "when Toward hooked a great fish. Toward fought long and hard, but the fish was great and strong. For whole week they wrestled upon the waves, yet eventually the great fish started to win the battle, and Toward was pulled over the side. He was swallowed whole, and we never saw either of them again."

"Oh dear!" the wife cried. "What a huge fish that must have been! What a terrible fish! What a horrible fish!"

"Yes, it was . . . but you should have seen the one that got Away."

Happy Blogging!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kay

7 comments:

  1. Oh, Kay, Kay, Kay, what were you thinking? This is horrible....and hysterical! Grrrroannnnnnnnnnnn!

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  2. I am definitely groaning!!

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  3. All I can say is: mission accomplished! LOL

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  4. I was slow on this one, had to read it twice before I got it.

    It almost got away from me! ;-)

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  5. That gay fish again! Swallowing the seamen :-(

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  6. Oh my God, Stu! Leave it to you not to let that line pass!!!!

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  7. I'm groaning all right...over Stu's comment!

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