Everyone’s saying that sharks get a lot of bad press. I think that’s true, unless you’re in the ocean staring one down and leaking blood. On the other hand, I’d hate to see the kind of things that lurk even deeper in the oceans. Those things give me nightmares.
Sometimes I’m tempted to buy a goldfish just so I can have a fish I can actually catch. I believe my record for angling is one fish in my entire life, over the course of numerous fishing trips. Good thing I don’t actually like fish.
It seems to me that transporting goods like apples through the water would be extremely cost-efficient for small people. That is, if it weren’t for menaces like underwater girls who make sharks look like small cats. It’s hard being small in a giant’s world.
Do you remember this game? I remember playing it in the pool, and I remember that diving underwater always worked best for me. That, and letting someone else get caught while you escaped. Anyways, don’t play with Knight. She’s one of those people who takes games way too seriously.
And now, economics with Pirate! This idea is rather novel for Pirate — she definitely stole it from another more popular comic strip. Still, she’s got the basics of economy down: why do something if you can pay someone else to do it for you?
Sometimes fishing can be a hollow pursuit. Especially if the fish are insubstantial chalk-outlines in space. Mind you, I’d like to eat fish that looked like that.
So, I’ve heard of spear fishing and even fish shooting, but I’m not sure how effective they are. Pirate’s probably the greatest at catching fish, but using rayguns seems like it might be pretty efficient too.
I…can’t remember if I’ve ever played Go Fish. But it certainly does seem to lead to a lot of misunderstandings. Mind you, I’d rather fish than play Go Fish. Or maybe I’ll eat fish and play Go Fish…hmm.
Completely forgot to upload this yesterday — oops. If you’re going on a trip, be sure to bring lots of food. Pirate prefers hers very fresh.
We’re going to a dark place today. Dark, and underwater. Why was this stick person strapped to an anchor? How is he not drowned yet? …The answers may never be known to us.