Our family is on the ‘Catch, Kiss & Release’ program. (This little fish apparently has a hug coming too!)
There are a few important tips you should know before you begin puckering up and trying to just kiss any ol’ fish:
- You’ve gotta’ be able to catch ’em (and finesse these slippery little boogers) first:
- Forgive me for being blunt, but…Large mouth bass are sloppy kissers:
- Pike, muskies, gar (and shark, of course) can be a little tricky (due to their long snouts, obviously – oh, and their bright toothy grins) – best to snuggle them up for a cheeky kiss:
- Trying to double-dip like a double-mint twin commercial could make your fish jealous (and cold towards you when they do pucker up – this one should be double crappy, um, crappie):
Best to start small and work your way up:
If all else fails, you could always sing to your fish to get it in a kissing mood.
In the words of Robbie Williams, Bobby Darin, Frank Sinatra (and, gosh, maybe you, if you sing it too)…
We’ll meet beyond the shore
We’ll kiss just as before
Happy we’ll be beyond the sea
And never again I’ll go sailing.
So how do you prefer to kiss your fish?!
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(Yes, I double-smooched this week!)