Dude and Dude: A Fin Business

“I got her this time, dude!”

“Got who?

“The stage manager!

“Careful, dude …”

“Not like that, dude! Give me credit for having some taste.”

“Cash only, dude.”

“Very funny.”


“So when she went around backstage telling the actors ‘Places, places’, I handed her a flatfish.”

“A flatfish?

“That’s what she said, dude! So I told her: ‘Now, you can tell us what to do with sole.”

“She kicked you, right?”

“She didn’t get a chance, dude. ‘Cause I reminded her, she didn’t want us floundering around, now did she?”



“Did you think this up all by yourself?”

  – O Ceallaigh
Copyright © 2010 Felloffatruck Publications. All wrongs deplored.
All opinions are mine as a private citizen.

(Moral: don’t give community theatre actors long breaks between scenes …)

Quilly and I will be away until Tuesday afternoon as it is reckoned on the Pacific coast of North America. Look here for more.

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8 Responses to Dude and Dude: A Fin Business

  1. Thom says:

    OMG Charley…does the water have something funny in it in FH or did you sample some algae that is laced with something…I’m going to be the first to say it this was a TOTAL GROANER….

  2. Thom says:

    By the way I love your header picture. It’s gorgeous 🙂

  3. Doug says:

    Hey, a new fish pun, for eel.

  4. Karen says:

    Brevity is the sole of wit.

    (That’s the best I can do on such short notice)

    • The Amoeba says:

      These days, Karen, being brief carries with it a certain risk. If there are lawyers in the room, you could get used up and filed. Of course, legal briefs usually aren’t, but don’t get me started …

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