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Why Fishing is Better Than Sex

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I recieved this as a forward from an e-mail and thought I would like to share it.

1.You don't have to hide your fishing magazines.

2.It's perfectly acceptable to pay a professional to fish with you once in a while.

3 The Ten Commandments don't say anything about fishing.

4.If your partner takes pictures or videotapesyou fishing you fishing, you don't have to worry about them showing up on the internet if you become famous.

5.Your fishing partner doesn't get upset about people you fished with long ago.

6.It's perfectly respectable to fish with a total stranger.

7. When you see a really good fisher person,you don't have to feel guilty about imagining the two of you fishing together.

8. If your fishing partner isn't available, he/she won't object if you fish with someone else.

9. Nobody will tell you thatyou will grow blind if you fish by your self.

10. When dealing with a fishing pro, you never have to wonder if they are really an undercover cop.

11. You can have a fishing calendar on your wall at the office, tell fishing jokes and invite co-workers to fish with you without getting sued for harassment.

12. There are no fishing transmitted diseases.

13.If you watch fishing on television, you don't have to subscribe to the Playboy Channel.

14. Nobodyexpects you to fish with the same partner for the rest of your life.

15.Nobody expects you togive up fishing if your partner loses interest in it.

16.Your fishing partner will never say,"Not again? We just fished last Week! Is fishing all you ever think about?" lol

(I just made this post a little easier to read. GG)

[This message has been edited by GullGuide (edited 05-21-2002).]

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Yup!....Thats all I ever think about...so I might as well fish!

Could a guy really expect to do both alot? Good question. Honey?........

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Maybe we can come up with some more....

1. When you're fishing, "catch and release"
is encouraged.

2. When you're fishing, it doesn't take expensive bait to catch the best fish.

3. When you're fishing and drinking, you can catch anything and still be praised by your friends.

4. When your fishing rod gets old and doesn't perform any longer, you can throw it away and replace it with a "stiffer" model.

5. When your fishing, using smaller gear is encouraged.

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Anybody else have any to add??

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John K., a.k.a. wastewaterguru
Prior Lake, Minnesota

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1. When you pull your worm out, the fish get Excited.
2. The fish don't care what kind of boat you drive.
3. Getting a bite is a good thing.
4. The fish don't care if you roll over and go to sleep.

I know there are more out there.

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I'm not sure about bobbersgone's idea. Think about it............(get your head out of the gutter)

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1. If you're not paying attention and let your hook penetrate a fish too deeply, you don't have to pay child support for the next 18 years.

2. A fish can mouth your bait all day and never come up for air.

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Prior Lake, Minnesota

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Whoa....sounds like the walleyequeen is a real pro!!!

Fisky

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That's the whole dilemna.....

Fishing or sex.....
I don't get either as often as I'd like and to get either one I have to do my chores.

Can fish "fake" being caught to satisfy my male ego? :^D

It's not fair grin.gif

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And the flip side:

Fish can be like women because;
Some times they spit, sometimes they swallow.
They can be downright finiky about the size of the worm.
They are moody.
If you aren't careful, they will bite you.

Walleyequeen, i'm sure you can come up with some. grin.gif
Wastewater: ROFLOL tongue.gif

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They both have a nice tail.

Women are like bass.....some are largemouth and some are smallmouth.

A fish will whine your drag all day.
A woman will whine and nag all day.

Both love a shiny new lure.

Both love a good vibrating plastic bait.

Both love to snag your worm in the bush.

Fish travel in schools......women go to the bathroom in schools.

You can't get either to nibble on your bait once every 27 days.


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John K., a.k.a. wastewaterguru
Prior Lake, Minnesota

[This message has been edited by wastewaterguru (edited 05-23-2002).]

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Walleyequeen.....let me get you started.

Men are like fish becuase.....

They're always trying to get in the bush.

It doesn't matter how old or ugly the bait is....if you present it right they'll both hit it.

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Waste,
You are fearless, I wouldn't want to be on Queens bad side. The problem with presentation is that alcohol always makes us stupid.

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Woops...that sounded like a crack didn't it?

Walleyequeen, I did not intend that to be a personal attack of any kind..

You could look like Anna Kournikova for all I know...

I was just trying to be funny...no offense intended.

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when you fish alone-you are doing it with someone you really love


when you have sex alone-you are doing it with someone you really love

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You know what they say about Master Fishermen/women don't ya..... wink.gif

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* When you go fishin' and you catch somethin,' that's good.
If you're making love and you catch somethin,' that's bad.

* Fish don't compare you to other fishermen neither.
And don't want to know how many other fish you caught.

* In fishin' you lie about the one that got away.
In lovin' you lie about the one you caught.

* You can catch and release a fish, you don't have to lie,
and promise to still be friends after you let it go.

yeah...but riding a bike is no comparison in pleasure factor lol..

* You don't have to necessarily change your line to keep catching fish.

* You can catch a fish on a 20-cent nightcrawler.
If you want to catch a woman you're talking dinner and a movie minimum.

* Fish don't mind if you fall asleep in the middle of fishin.'

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Yeah....riding a bike is work.

I liked the change your line one. Those were all pretty good.

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you gotta love the one the one you are with

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