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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Joe Turski, Apr 1, 2006.
Now I'm really confused.
I think I'll go grab my rod and reel and practice my scales.
Man I'm glad I saw this thread... I had forgotten all about today, and I'm sure someone would have pulled one over on me big time... now I'm on the lookout...
Alex Lifeson of Rush once put it best:
Paul never forgets!
holy mackeral! that's a whale of a joke!
I laughed so hard I tripped & cod my toe on a shark nail! I think I might have to see a sturgeon!
i know i must seem to be floundering around, but i said those words on porpoise...
One more fish pun out of you and I'm going to come after you with a baseball bat. (another evil grin. We REALLY need to get an evil grin smilie)
bah, don't be such a ... CRAB
Yup, I have a screenshot of this from last year.
:esto from "Goodfeathers" voice on::
What? What did you say? I'm a crab? Whaddaya mean I'm a crab? Didjaya'll hear that? How am I a crab? As you sayin' that I'm some sort of spiky, hard shelled sea animal here for you to crack open with a pair of pliers, is that what you're sayin'? That I'm some sort of pinchy, ugly, water crustacean here to be steamed and served with butter, is THAT what you're sayin'?
THAT'S IT!! I'll show you crab!!
is that you, mr. jewels?
heheh.,... clam up, why don'tcha!
In Quebec, it's not called "April Fool's", but "Poisson d'Avril" which means "April's Fish".
I'm pretty sure its a bass forum
::throws hands up in exasperation::
I give up!!
::turns around to walk away degectedly, then suddenly spins back and hits mactac with a rubber chicken::
Either way, I'm in!
who knew Eagle Lake in Ontario is a true fishermans escape?
You were watching Fishin' Canada today weren't you? I think I caught a white fish a few years ago and had no clue what it was. I think most of the provinces upper lakes probably have good fishing, especially Ontario, Manitoba, Quebec, and Saskatchewan.
actually, it was one of the adds on the left side of the screen. Thought it was one just for today... it however isn't there anymore
In Soviet Russia, April Fool's you!