Today's reason to stare blindly at a wall and wonder

Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by sal_jr, May 5, 2006.

  1. sal_jr

    sal_jr New Member

    Ithaca, MI
    here is an ad on ebay for european crawlers.

    Ok, so I understand the need to buy worms, obviously because I am a fisherman. Having them in bulk and on hand saves a trip to a bait shop.. This is good! Saves me from blowing my cash on everything else in the store.

    Uh.... but this quote CREEPS ME OUT: "This is a very durable cup that will pop right back into shape after crushing and is microwave and dishwasher safe."

    Microwave and dishwasher safe? Am I doing something wrong here? ROTFL!!!!!!

    Do your cats and/or crappie and/or trout and/or bluegill where you live prefer a lightly lowfat garlic infused oil sauteed crawler, with a sprig of parsley and perhaps an after-worm mint, served from a sanitized cup? Cause the ones I use come in a lil cannister of a mix of bedding and worm poop and do just fine.

    Enjoy dreaming of all the other many ways to serve your crawlers, as I surely have today.

    By the way- Dont buy the eastern-european crawlers. Heavy accents and hairy pits tend to frighten catfish. LMAO

    Have a great weekend!
  2. Patmansc

    Patmansc Well-Known Member

    Greer, SC
    Pat Chaney
    Hey Sal: I'll bet you a penny to a buck that some of those cups end up in the kitchen being used as cereal bowls, or to store leftovers. Usually the wife/girlfriend will find one lying around, and having to be frugal (cause her husband spends all his money on fishing crap) she throws it inna sink or dishawasher, and - BAM! - the rest is history! Also, rumor has it that some northern cats (species unspecified) have a thing for accents and hairy pits!!!????:eek:oooh:

  3. Tulcat

    Tulcat New Member

    Also make sure they are not a former Olympic athlete, as they might have been a male worm at one time before their conversion for the glory of the motherland.
  4. tatersalad

    tatersalad New Member

    Clover, SC
    Do any of the major tournaments have bait testing for performance enhancing drugs?

    If so I'd be careful..........:lol:
  5. kspor

    kspor New Member

    Wichita Kansas
    Now we have bait this is all juiced up. Need a sterile enviroment so the injection sites dont fester. Roid rages bluegill will require 80# test just to keep him on the line and will bite a 100# flattie in the lip and drag him back to your boat.