And There’s a Wash in Washington

01/04/2017 § 11 Comments

fish-pond

I’m having an existential crisis.  Can endlessly swimming around in this pond, day after monotonous day, week after monotonous week, be all there is?  On a lighter note, there’s a “sea” in Seattle.

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§ 11 Responses to And There’s a Wash in Washington

  • Al says:

    In my younger days, I was at a welding college course, and I went to a shopping mall with a friend from the course. There were fish ponds all over the place with gold fishes in. These fish were huge.

    My friend brought a carrot from a nearby vegetable stand, and we sat on edge of the pond. He started pointing to the fish, saying loudly “that one, that one there, you see it?” until several people were standing around. He quietly took the carrot and then forcibly splashed it in the water, and quickly took a bite from it. The amount of screams was hilarious.

    This was 1987 though when grabbing things from fish ponds didn’t make you think about bugs and the need to wash your hands after every breath because the health scarers claimed bugs could kill you.

  • elmediat says:

    There is a T in shirt, and in the cup. The fish are in hot water when the raccoons show up for sushi . That is what happened to our pond.

  • Ken Oprzadek says:

    Day after day, week after week. What would they do? I think a library
    card is out of the question… they don’t have pockets.

  • econhoef says:

    Remember in Washington,”the swamp will be drained”, or is that just fish talk?

  • renegade4god says:

    …and look at all the New states we have; New Jersey, New Mexico…

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