Hump Day Kick Start – The Catch Edition

Hump Day Kick Start – for your muse, a writing picture prompt, or just a visual treat.

In honor of this week’s St. Patrick’s Day, I give you one of my favorite Irishmen for today’s hump day.

What’s the story? Did he fish out a selkie from the sea? Is she alive? Why was she in the water? Had she fallen overboard? Was just out for a swim when she got caught in his net? Maybe she purposely swam into his net in an elaborate plot to destroy his reputation/go along with him on a treasure hunt/be on the next Deadliest Catch television show. Could she be his Moby Dick he’s finally caught?

Tell me a story or caption the pic. And Happy St. Patrick’s Day.

4 Responses to Hump Day Kick Start – The Catch Edition

  1. Janey Mack says:

    “Sailor,” cried the mermaid. “I thought your Irish eyes would be smiling…”

    “Aye, I’m too busy undressing yeh with them.”

  2. jbrayweber says:

    Funny…I’m doing the same to the sailor. Haha! Nice, Janey.

  3. jeff7salter says:

    From Warren (off camera): “What you got there, Ralphie?”
    Ralph: “Not sure. But it ain’t no fish.”
    Warren: “You really don’t know what that is?”
    Ralph: “Well, I reckon about 20 minutes of untangling the net… that’s what it is.”
    Warren: “Dude, you’ve been on this boat too long. That there is a girl. A female woman.”
    Ralph: “Don’t say….”
    Warren: “Yeah. So hurry and clear that net and toss it back again. There might be another one down there for me!”
    Ralph: “Don’t bother, Warren. This one’s got crabs…”

  4. jbrayweber says:

    Poor Ralph. Kinda clueless, that one. Haha! Nice one, Jeff.

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