What would Sigmund Freud say?

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Amphipoda

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What would Sigmund Freud say?

It didn't seem like a big deal at the time.
Giving the Creature of the Black Lagoon an
Amphicar ride seemed perfectly natural. It
was only when we hit the water that his
behavior became a little odd. His voice
was that of a deep bellowing bullfrog as he
beckoned out something unintelligible, but
I gathered it was an expression of pleasure
or satisfaction. Anchored in my favorite
alcove I offered the creature a tuna fish
sandwich and can of Mountain Dew soda. The
sandwich he devoured in two bites, the soda
in one gulp. He burped loudly enough to
scare away the geese from the surrounding
reeds. Feeling a little uncomfortable I
decided to pull up anchor and motor toward
the pier, but the anchor was stuck. Seeing
my dilemma the creature leapt overboard,
followed the anchor line down 20 feet to
the bottom of the clear water where he began
wrestling with the anchor. He may have been
down there five minutes, or more, before I
realized he had been joined by a beautiful
mermaid. They swan around each other in some
bizarre courtship dance, an underwater ballet,
and then they where both gone. I cut the
anchor line and made my way back toward shore.
I'd heard rumors this lake had a cousin to the
Loch Ness monster but when the setting sun was
eclipsed with a gigantic silhouette of Godzilla
I immediately woke up.

Amphipoda
'64 Turquoise
San Diego, CA

PS - I had some sushi, sake and an Atomic Fire
Ball jaw breaker candy for dinner if that helps
put the whole mess into perspective.
 
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Mark Richardson

Guest
Superbowl Menu:

Tuna Fish Sandwiches (no crust) $22.00
Raw Fish Wraps $55.00
Mountain Dew (extra green) $12.00
Rice Wine (warmed) $60.00
Cinnamon Hard Candy (makes your tongue red) $7.00

Nap during half time: Priceless!

Slaute Amphipoda!


> Amphipoda
> '64 Turquoise
> San Diego, CA
>
> PS - I had some sushi, sake and an Atomic Fire
> Ball jaw breaker candy for dinner if that helps
> put the whole mess into perspective.
>
 
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