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.
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 know where I get my ideas for the blog? Because I don’t. Sometimes I come up with something I think is good, other days I don’t. This is one of the latter days.
Knight is a ruthless, efficient shark-killing machine. She’ll do what it takes to get things done, never mind the cost. Who’s the scary one here then, the shark or Knight?
Pirate will never get any investors. Knight on the other hand might be smart enough — let’s just hope she can out-think the sharks. Not the investors, the real sharks.
Disclaimer: Sharks don’t actually attack people that often. You’d be better off watching out for dangerous cars. But armor helps with sharks and cars, so it’s a worthwhile investment. Just don’t sink.
What kind of bait do you use? I generally prefer the type that fights back. Well, this is essentially the extent of my angling knowledge. Anyways, my point is…don’t fish for sharks unless you have a sword? Huh.
So, I hear California’s got too much rain. There’s a sentence I never thought I’d say. Well, if life gives you too much rain, go fishing and watch out for sharks. Important life advice from Pirate.
Pirate likes fish! She likes fishing! Knight hates water (because she can’t swim in armor), but she’s brave enough to get in a boat. Honestly, I can’t see this turning out well.