Three songs of the sea

By Pete F. By EV. Even without the Gropper spelling, dolphin seafood just sounds a bit like Kangaroo pet meat to me.And by Jaidn-Jaxxon’s friend Ganondorf who spotted this guaranteed linkfail while at Trigg, the breakers rolling in across the limestone spires like flecks of spittle on a Winton’s teeth.

About The Lazy Aussie

Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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36 Responses to Three songs of the sea

  1. Snuff says:

    First one is charmingly not worst. Haven’t tried いるか yet, so not sure about the second. Last one’s weird. For sound.

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  2. David Cohen says:

    I prefer snaper.

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  3. rottobloggo says:

    Very nautical – from the Dolphin website:

    In 2009 Ulf and Jen Benander were taking an afternoon walk along the foreshore in Mandurah and they saw a mother dolphin and her baby swimming close to the water’s edge. Jen being passionate about dolphins and coupled with her husband Ulf working for a Seafood Retailer at the time the name Dolphin Seafood was born, the logo was created and the company foundered.

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  4. Pete says:

    So of the business ‘floundered’ was it only tempurary?

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  5. Pete says:

    A flakey attempt at a pun.

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  6. Pete says:

    This is all a bit too much to barra on a mundi afternoon.

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  7. Pete says:

    What next? Tales of herring-do?

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  8. Pete says:

    All this pesce traffic.

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  9. Pete says:

    Traffic wouldn’t be a problem if I trevally’d on the train.

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  10. Bag O'Turnips says:

    I’m sure they’re “dolphin friendly”, in that they wouldn’t dream of excluding a bit of mammalian seafood fare on their extended price list.

    Or you could just by a tin of tuna, the Polony of the Sea (or does that mantle go to “seafood extender”?), which I’m sure that there’s a little bit of such by-catch included, as not to be left out to go to waste.

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  11. The Legend 101 says:

    $40 for 2 killos of fish! thats a rip off if its even true!.

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  12. The former Mrs xxxxxxxxxx says:

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    I can’t put any of that up, but I liked the bit about stealing your poetry. TLA
    And I’m not sure what post piece you are referring to.

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  13. The former Mrs Ulf Gunnar Robert Benander says:

    That was about the “xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
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    Can you just imagine the way my poetry was butchered xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx?
    It was quite hilarious, the goof ups!

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  14. The former Mrs Ulf Gunnar Robert Benander says:

    There was a man from Sweden
    Promised this Aussie girl “Eden”
    But he broke her heart
    Tore her world apart
    Cos it was all lies
    To her he was feedin’

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    Constantly amuses
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  15. The former Mrs Ulf Gunnar Robert Benander says:

    Is that the WORST?
    Just a short composition for fun.

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