Fish Reunion

Fish 1: “What ever happened to Hal?”

Fish 2: “Last I heard he was floundering around in some night school with no particular porpoise.”

Fish 1: “Well, he did, as you know, ride in the “short bus” on account of the eyes, though I thought that was unfair.”

Fish 2: “Yes, quite unfair. His brain seemed OK, but he always said the operation left him flat on his back.”

Fish 1: “True. I always liked Hali, but as it turned out, he fell in with a bunch of bottom feeders off the coast of Sardinia and went right from the frying pan into the fire–so to speak.”

Fish 2: “I shutter at the thought. I think it all went South for him after that lobster kicked sand in his face…”

Fish 1: “He said he always felt like a shrimp after that…”

Fish 2: “I wouldn’t blame it solely on that though, Hal always had sort of a mean streak…”

Fish 1: “And I’m sure you would agree that many of his ideas seemed half-baked, rather flukey.”

Fish 2: “Surely.”

Fish 1: “Hey, never call me Shirley!”

(Uncontrollable laughter)

Fish 2: But I must admit I admired his attempts to liberate Tilikum, back in the day, before she ate that trainer…”

Fish 1: “Didn’t he dress up as a seal or something?”

Fish 2: “Oh my God, yes, it was an otterly brilliant ruse, and he almost pulled it off, until Security smelled something fishy going on and found Hal gasping for air in the kiddy pool!. It proved to be a net loss for him in the end.”

Fish 1: “Yes, of course, Hali was a salty kind of guy, but the risks he took almost finished him off, though I do admire the scale of his salmon-like commitment to a cause. Eventually the therapy seemed to make him a bit more snappy, though his wife proclaims he spends an inordinate amount of time rewatching,”Ocean’s 11″.

Fish 2: “That’s understandable, I suppose, given all poor Hali buddy had been through…

So, what are they serving tonight?…”

Fish 1: “Chicken”.

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ze pun-ch line no. 39

Esmeralda, the 900# sayer of sooth, decried to her shrink during her days of despair,

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“I’m aurafied at how tarotble my life has become, and I am I-Ching to ouija new Taorection, or my life will be in total runes…”(sniffle)

A joke is the epigram on the death of a feeling.…Friedrich Nietzsche

ze pun-ch line no. 38

The King of Concord addresses the shriveling Masses:

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“In order to get out of this jam, preserve our roots, and make this country grape again, we have every raisin to remain currant and, at all costs, avoid withering on the vine–BIGLY!”

(roaring crowd)

A joke is the epigram on the death of a feeling.…Friedrich Nietzsche