“…We love sushi and we are not even Japanese.”
Fishing is fun, especially when the fish proves ‘hard to catch’. Don’t get me wrong, it could be undeniably frustrating; and yes, that’s the whole point. After all, only small fishes come to the surface for ‘worms’; really worthy fishes majestically scout the sea beds, feeding on other fishes. It is no secret that the real ‘fishermen’ are not interested in ‘worm-eating’ fishes, they set their sight on the elusive and exclusive ‘fish-eaters’.
The question here is- “What caliber of fisherman are you?!” And essentially, “What type of fish do you set out for?”
When people go on about how there are indeed many fishes in the ocean, it hits me as mediocre sometimes. Especially when it is because they have just failed to catch a fish or lost the ever evolving battle to keep one rightly grounded in their aquarium.
There comes a time when we have to move out of our comfort zones and test new waters- that age when we finally decide to take our fishing a notch further. Indeed there are ‘too many’ fishes in the ocean, so why settle for less or just any fish? It is safe to say that the type of fish you set out to catch or that already in your aquarium describes your personality and mentality.
“…If you were a fish, you would be choosy too.”
It is no secret that there are indeed more than just fishes in the ocean. There are ferocious ‘fish-eating’ and amiable mammals in the deep-blue seas too. This is the big-leagues ladies and gentlemen, only for the brave and lion-hearted.
Again, you might be forgiven for thinking that it would be extremely hard to catch a marine mammal. Hehe, think again! Honestly, there are indeed amiable, ‘easy-to-catch’ mammals in the belly of the ocean. However, this doesn’t make them ‘cheap’ or ‘easy to come by’ by any means. Come to think of it, these mammals are HUGE.
The real question here is- “Can you handle a ocean mammal?!”
About the ferocious ones, all teeth-blazing and all; well… And yeah, there are huge turtles, penguins and seals out there (oh wait! Periwinkles too really); that’s if you are into that kind of seafood.
P.S: I’m sorry I’ve been all about the fishermen, pay no attention to my obvious bias (I’m not a sexist or something). Kindly ‘find and replace’ all unsuitable entries with ‘fishmonger’. Happy now? Cool.
Another quick question- “What kind of fish are you? “
Oh! Fishling? Ok, “What kind of fish do you intend to be?”