your typical, stereotype female I hate fishing. I’ve always hated it,
no matter with who I go or what I catch. Everybody are always serious to
the point that crying is necessary in order to express exactly how
serious they are! People are boring, or drunk. Either you’re extremely
quiet and bored to death, staring emotionless at the sea, contemplating
your sucky life, or you’re a drunk ass who’s there just for the fun of running away from the reality that your girlfriend slept with your best friend and you haven’t taken a shower for two months.
But whenever I see “River Monsters” on the telly, I stock up on chips and beer and stare at Jeremy Wade for hours. How can one man make fishing so bloody interesting? I think it’s because he’s so passionate about what he is doing.
(an intentional pun here, he-he) and passionate about his work, he
infects other people with the joys of his activity. It doesn’t matter if
that activity involves making tea or sewing a button: “I’m going to
sew the fuck out of this button, just wait and see!”. See? You’re
already hooked. (no pun intended)
not just about making a boring activity seem super cool, it’s about
education too. Which fishing rod is he going to use, why? Why is that
particular bait necessary? What is the physiology of that particular
fish he’s after. You don’t see this at a nearby river with your dumb ass
friends. They’ll just throw a loaf of bread and hope for the best. When
you politely express an opinion or ask a question about the fucking
bread, they just scream “shut up” and leave you puzzled for the rest of
your life, with the conclusion that “fishing is BAD”.
So yeah, do you guys watch “River Monsters”, do you like fishing in general? 😀
Fashiony part: I always wanted a Jack Daniels t-shirt, because I was delusional and thought it would make me look cool. Now, I do have a jack Daniels t-shirt…me and 90% of the population, including homeless people. Oh goodie!
Coat- Stradivarius, Scarf- H&M, Cardigan- Asos, Skirt- Zara from second hand.