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Fishing vs. Death

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Would life be worth living without fishing or some other diversion like it? How could we rationalize our existence without fun?

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Of all the things I've ever done,I never had too much fun! grin.gif

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Life without fun? You must not be married.

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IFallsRun:

That's funny! Actually I am married, and have been married so long that I have well developed senses of doing what I want anyway despite criticism, selective hearing, and squirreling away money for my own pet projects. I also have an acquired ability to talk about things that I don't want to talk about or hear about, and that's what keeps our marriage strong.

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Well put. Me, too.

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Fishing Vs. Death. Could I at least still go hunting???? grin.gifgrin.gif

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Questor,

How strong would your marriage be if your wife read that post?

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No change. She has her own antics.

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Quote:

Life without fun? You must not be married.


Of all the things I've ever done,I never had too much fun!

You misinterpreted! I can't get my fill of fun!

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I think fishing is instinctive like hunting/gathering. Life would not be possible without sustainance so you would be doing that in one form or another if you are alive.

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