Too Much Commentary

   "That’s mostly all of  Weener’s fishing spots is real good for catching joke catfish," Ernie laughs.
   Weener-man grimaces, "Those are where Ranger Warden showed me to fish."
   "Ranger Warden has a funny sense of humor too," Twisty sort of agrees.
   "We’re talking about the Too Much Creek here," I try to clarify, "Other than a few pools with bluegills,"
   "And the old mill has sunfish," Twistine puts in.
   "Right, and there’s some small-mouth under the road bridge," UI suggest.
   "If you got all day lto listen to Mr. Drollinger," Twisty adds.
   Weener-man smiles a bit, "He’s got some real funny stories, and knows a lot of family histories too."
   "Ever notice how most of his funniest stories usually somehow invovle you Barney-Bums’ ancestors?"
   Weener-man considers, "I never looked at it that way, but you may be onto something there."
   "And Crawl-dads," Ernie speaks up shifting his toes uneasily.
   "And crawl-dads," I agree with Ernie.
   Weener-man agrees too as he unconsciously rubs his hind-side.
   "And over the rest of the Too Much Creek, there’s mostly yellow cat-fish that do well in shallow water," I point out.
   "Yellow catfish." Ernie asks, "That’s joke cat-fish like Weener-Man catches."
   HM WeenerMan growls, "And your point being?"
   "Oh quit being so testy," Twisty scolds HM, "We all seen you catch them, one right after the other."
   Weener-Man now smiles sort of proudly, "It is a gift of sorts."

About offroad2084

Work on the Work In Progress, MyDay in HicksTown. A light-hearted look at life in the fictional town of HicksTown in WeenerMan Township.
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