Daily Joke: Two Men Go on an Unlucky Fishing Trip
Sometimes, things do not go as planned. It can easily frustrate some people, but others are able to see the silver linings quickly.
In this tale, what the one man sees as a silver lining is not exactly that for the other. This story is sure to make you laugh – or at least smile.
One day, two men made a decision to go on a fishing trip. It had been a while since they enjoyed an outing together.
Overflowing with excitement, they rented all the equipment needed for a fishing adventure. The rented fishing essentials such as reels, the rods, the wading suits, and the rowboat.
Aside from the fishing gear, the two men rented a car and booked a four-day stay at a cabin in the woods. They did not expect it would turn out to be an expensive and costly escapade.
On their first day of fishing, the experience did not turn out to be as promising as they expected it to be. They failed to catch a single fish.
The next day, they exerted all effort to catch a fish, but they returned to their cabin empty-handed. Although disappointed, they remained hopeful that their luck would turn around the next day.
On their third day, they set out determined to haul out plenty of fish from the sea. They rolled up their sleeves for hard work. Unfortunately, fish remained elusive.
On the last day of their trip, one of them finally caught a fish. They had a momentary surge of joy. But while driving back home, the two men felt bothered and were in low spirits.
They were quiet. When they were already far from their rented cabin, one of them, filled with negative thoughts, broke his silence.
"Do you realize that this one lousy fish we caught cost us fifteen hundred bucks?" he said. Then the other man said, "Wow! Then it's a good thing we didn't catch any more!"
Now, that's one hilarious perspective! If you enjoyed this story, you will also laugh over another tale about two men lost in the desert. They wanted to find solace in their journey but ended up hallucinating. Read on to find out the twist.
Source: Starts At 60