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  1. #1
    brain NNTP User

    A fishy story

    So,

    My boss throws a birthday party party for his one year old son. The
    theme is Nemo. The fish, not the crazed submarine captain. Here, every
    little kid party has a party gift for each of the children invited to
    the party. Candy, a ball, a small toy etc.

    His bright idea was to give each child (I brought two) a thimble sized
    aquarium and three gold fish... Duh. I think I will give out trumpets
    and drum sets and invite him when his son is three. How annoying.

    I told my two if they take the fish they are leaving them at their
    mother's house. They took the fish.

    Then everyday they come with a new story. They already have an empty
    big aquarium there they could use.

    Remember, it's 2 kids times three fish.

    First day. One of the fish jumps out of the aquarium. Now we are five.
    Day two. They think the other fish ate one of the remaining five (are
    these piranhas? I can get those cheaply). Four remaining.
    Day three: One just dies. Three musketeers.
    Day four: Another one bites the dust, or water, or what ever. Two.
    Day five: Another one gone. One left.
    Day six: As it turns out number six was a pregnant female. Now we are
    seven again.
    Day seven: Mother eats all children. One again.
    Day eight. Mother, realizing what she has done, jumps out of aquarium.

    I don't think I am going to next year's party.

    --
    brain, no brain


  2. #2
    red_zephrin NNTP User

    Re: A fishy story

    brain wrote:
    > So,
    >
    > My boss throws a birthday party party for his one year old son. The
    > theme is Nemo. The fish, not the crazed submarine captain. Here, every
    > little kid party has a party gift for each of the children invited to
    > the party. Candy, a ball, a small toy etc.
    >
    > His bright idea was to give each child (I brought two) a thimble sized
    > aquarium and three gold fish... Duh. I think I will give out trumpets
    > and drum sets and invite him when his son is three. How annoying.
    >
    > I told my two if they take the fish they are leaving them at their
    > mother's house. They took the fish.
    >
    > Then everyday they come with a new story. They already have an empty
    > big aquarium there they could use.
    >
    > Remember, it's 2 kids times three fish.
    >
    > First day. One of the fish jumps out of the aquarium. Now we are five.
    > Day two. They think the other fish ate one of the remaining five (are
    > these piranhas? I can get those cheaply). Four remaining.
    > Day three: One just dies. Three musketeers.
    > Day four: Another one bites the dust, or water, or what ever. Two.
    > Day five: Another one gone. One left.
    > Day six: As it turns out number six was a pregnant female. Now we are
    > seven again.
    > Day seven: Mother eats all children. One again.
    > Day eight. Mother, realizing what she has done, jumps out of aquarium.
    >
    > I don't think I am going to next year's party.
    >

    I remeber having fish as a pet when I was a kid. I don't remember how
    old I was but we used to take them out so we could pet them and then put
    them back in. Just sitting and watching fish isn't very much fun.

    Brad

  3. #3
    Stevo NNTP User

    Re: A fishy story

    brain scribbled something like:

    > I don't think I am going to next year's party.


    LOL! Well put story. I think you should do the trumpets & drum sets
    for a party gift.

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