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My Prom Dilemma

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On Saturday May,7 i was confronted with a choice, with or without a rod; i chose with but forgot to grab it as i walked out my door to the limo. My prom was on a boat on the mississippi, and i wanted to go fishing. when we arrived and i saw the water i realized i was a moron. before i went in i was talking to my my buddy chris and his girlfriends uncle Matt Koalska. Matt said to me, "someone should have brought a fishing rod!" my heart dropped. Prom was fun without a fishibng rod, but eveytime i looked over the railing on the boat, i saw fish chasing bait. NEXT YEAR I'M BRINGING A ROD!!!!!!!

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You would have looked pretty cool with a Pocket Fisherman.

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I'm thinking that you need a more interesting girlfriend if you would rather fish on Prom night! wink.gif Take care and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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actually she wanted to fish to so i found a pretty good girlfriend!

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Hey you better keep a tight grip on her she sounds like a "keeper"!!!

GOOD LUCK AND GOOD FISHING!!!

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Don't throw that one back man! If she can cook you should shop for a ring. Seriously though, that is great that you found one that likes to fish. I'm teaching mine right now. I think she's gonna stick to catching the sun though.

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I had my prom on the sippi to. Boom island I think is where we launched from. Wow that was a long time ago. Dang I'm old. Anyways congrats on finding a fisher women. I found one to and they're keepers!

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