Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Seasick

My hubby loves the ocean, he loves to fish . . . so when a neighboring ministry invited him to go out on a boat to fish he was ecstatic!
Later that night he came back, smiling from ear to ear . . I asked how many fish he caught and he said "No fish, didn't even get my fishing rod in the water." Because apparently he may love the ocean, but the ocean doesn't love him and he spent almost the entire trip laying down, quite seasick.
Crazy thing is, he loved it! Not the being sick part, but everything else, and he is wiling to hop on the next trip . . . .

I don't understand it, but oh well . . .*shrug*

So when I ran across this joke I was reminded of my hubby . . . thought I'd share.

Seasick

John had never been on a fishing boat before, and he was now
thinking it was the stupidest thing he'd ever done in his
life.

Who would ever have believed that seasickness could be this
awful? With every pitch and roll, John wondered how he was
going to survive the remaining two hours of the trip.

One of the deckhands came up to him and said, "Don't worry,
young fella. Nobody ever died of seasickness."

"You've just taken away my last hope for relief," John said.

Received from pkaine.

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2 comments:

kailani said...

I can totally relate. I get motion sickness on a rocking chair!

Gene Bach said...

He's my kind of fishing partner...I could catch my limit AND his limit. LOL!

It's amazing what we will go through to do something we really like to do. I love playing baseball. I have torn ligaments, twisted ankles and broken bones and each time I just can't wait to heal up so I can get out there and do it again.