Sheesh, I got nuthin'
As a sailor if that's all I had this boy would be up a creek without a paddle.
You use the pickle to lure a boy scout who, semper paratus, has matches. The donut to lure a policeman who is armed. The hacky sack to lure a college kid who will have beer and the ropes for the young lady who will wonder what the crowd is gathering for. You know my methods, Watson. Quad erat demonstradum ;-)
Chitown Girl- Me neither. Just the fact that these random thoughts came to my head was weird enough, huh?Bob- I thought that maybe a sailor could find all kinds of fun things to do with these objects.Mr Upton Ogood-Watson, I think he might teach us a thing or two.? A pickle for a boy scout....hmmmmmm I'm not sure about that? :)
Just for clarification then...just this once:The pickle lures the boy scout because the scout, having tramped the woods, will have developed an appetite (or if of a sedate nature, will still develop an appetite just sitting around as is in the nature of adolescents). Ok...however the kid gets hungry, upon first site of the pickle, the kid will assume that it is part of a picnic...he will come hunting left overs. At this time you trade the pickle for the matches and let him wait for the rest of the picnic to appear. He will do this since all he thinks about is food (it being too early in his development to become aware of sex). I hope that demonstrates my methods.
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