|Old Red Checks Out a Discarded Pike Skeleton at a Bait Site|
Frank: I saw a fox out fishing the other day.
Bud: Cool, did he catch anything.
It had something to do with putting the indirect object “fox” in between the direct object “I” and the verb “Fishing”. A better way to write the sentence would obviously have been, “I was fishing yesterday and saw a fox.” Man, that just gave me a serious headache. Anyway, when I saw this game camera picture the other day this memory was the first thing that popped into my head. Enjoy!
I see said the blind man to his deaf son...ReplyDelete
DDH, I detect a hint of mockery.ReplyDelete
Little fellow seems to have pretty nice form!ReplyDelete
So a picture of a fox shooting a rifle reminded you of English class?ReplyDelete
Renee, Not sure what that says about me if I answer YES! Wanna hear me recite all of the prepositions?ReplyDelete
Ummm, sure. Put it all out there buddy. Throw in a couple of dangling participants while you're at it.ReplyDelete
When you said fox,ReplyDelete
I thought you meant "chick".
It does look to have good shooting form ;). LOL!ReplyDelete
Sorry all had to change the original picture. Need to remember to link and provide credit a blog or a website next time I decide to "borrow" a photo. Lesson learned. :)ReplyDelete
Well in the absence of a fox toting a high power firearm, check out old red on one of my bait sites. Enjoy!