All-you-can-eat-shrimp. Fresh cat fish trout

  • All-you-can-eat-shrimp. Fresh cat fish trout perch grouper Todays special - buffalo eel. We know fish. Honest scales. Welcome! Grady looked at the Fishwife. She looked at him.

  • Grady looked at the Fishlad. The Fishlad looked at his girlfriend. His girlfriend brandished a large knife. The Fishlad looked at Grady. "OK, the buffalo eel then. Is it Japanese?"

  • The Fishwife swiped her knife across a wet stone. "T'was crafted by Hattori Hanzo." Grady gulped. "I m-meant the eel..." He tried to sneak by the Fishlad, but slipped on a Turbot.

  • A copy of A Surfeit of Lampreys was put on the table by the Fishman, who sported a mackarel. Eel pie was served by Grady's staff, at the Fishlad's request. "Here is your dinner!",

  • he chummed at me shellfishly. A piano tuna gullied up to the bar, sitting next to me. "Yo, barkeep! Gimme a Spiked PIke!" The bartender floundered for a moment, casting about for

  • "sex on the beach" because this guy drank like a fish. On the scale from 1 to ten, this guy was a king salmon or a cutthroat trout. He was reel, playing for keeps with baited breat

  • -h. But he was a real catch, even though he was a Pole. Plus, I knew his net worth. So I baited him and he fell for it hook, line and sinker. But something was fishy. Three days

  • later, I was wrapping the Pole in wax paper and packing him in ice. It's the only way to prevent spoiling. It's true. There he was, his gray mustache, his comb-over. He looked so

  • adorable in that Monopoly man costume. The monocle nearly popped out when I said that, and I jumped a foot away from the storage box. "You're still alive?"

  • "Alive, and more than I ever have been, dearest Gwendolyn. Though the ever twisting spiral of time may have pushed us apart the very same has brought us back together again."



  1. Gdnknxprmnt Aug 25 2016 @ 07:54

    I like for puns.

  2. SlimWhitman Aug 25 2016 @ 18:34

    Have you been to this Puntry? http://foldingstory.com/fw23h/

  3. BlastedHeath Aug 25 2016 @ 19:42

    Ambika, thanks for "A Surfeit of Lampreys"! That sounds like the kind of fake book title I like to throw into a story, but in this case, I googled it and saw that it's a real book!

  4. BlastedHeath Aug 25 2016 @ 19:46

    Gdnknxprmnt (hoping we can find a nice abbrev for that -- GDX okay with you?) , I really like how you voiced that closing fold!

  5. Dhanithecat Aug 25 2016 @ 20:44

    It was by the late Ngaio Marsh, a Kiwi mystery writer.

  6. BlastedHeath Aug 25 2016 @ 20:54

    Yes! Thank you for the reminder, as I have added her works to my mountainous stacks of the to-be-read. It was also an historical reference to the presumed cause of Henry I's death. Public Service Announcement: Always consume lampreys in moderation, if ever.

  7. SlimWhitman Aug 26 2016 @ 06:47

    I recall seeing an old black-and-white photograph of a fish shop that inspired my starter fold. Thanks for making it into a smacking good fishtale!

  8. Gdnknxprmnt Aug 26 2016 @ 07:25

    Slim, thank you for that reference. I liked. I liked all of the puns.

  9. Gdnknxprmnt Aug 26 2016 @ 07:32

    BlastedHeath, I like to believe that nicknames should be determined by the collective. The full username should be Gedankenexperiment (German for 'thought experiment'). Take away from that what you like. =D Also thanks, I was feeling particularly purple and I needed to relieve the pressure.

  10. Gdnknxprmnt Aug 26 2016 @ 08:23

    In other words: yeah, GDX works.

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