BARRY THE FISHERMENSome
say that the age of chivalry is past, that the spirit of
romance is dead. The age of chivalry is never
past, so long as there is a wrong left unredressed on earth."
II, Ch 28:
"A good conscience is
a continual Christmas"
In this edition
of "Monday Funny to Get You Trough The Week", Barry now retired,
could not wait to buy a boat and enjoy his favorite pass time of
fishing. Join Barry in his misadventures as his writes to
Dr. Phil for advice.
DEAR DR. PHIL
When I retired, I could hardly wait to spend time enjoying my
favorite pastime -- bass fishing.
I bought my own little fishing boat and tried to get my wife to join me,
but she just never liked fishing.
Finally, one day down at the Bait & Tackle Shop, I got to talking to Sam
the shop owner who it
turned out loves bass fishing as much as I do. We quickly became fishing
As I said, the wife doesn't care about fishing. She not only refuses to
join us, but she always complains that
I spend too much time out on the lake.
A few weeks ago Sam and I had the best fishing trip
ever. Not only did I catch the most beautiful
bass you've ever seen, only a few minutes later Sam must have caught its
So I took a picture of Sam holding up the two nice bass that we caught
and showed the picture
to my wife, hoping that maybe she'd get interested.
Instead she says she doesn't want me to go fishing at all anymore!
And she wants me to sell the boat!
I think she just doesn't like to see me enjoying myself.
What would you do? Tell the wife to forget it and continue my hobby,
or quit fishing and sell the boat as she insists?
P.S. Enclosed is a picture of Sam with the two bass we caught.
Barry, Get rid of that narrow-minded wife.
That's a nice pair of bass!
Sincerely Dr. Phil
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