- Jul 10, 2019
Then I wish you were there than mate. If it was somebody my own age, I have absolutely no doubt it'd have been handled differently, But The idea of hitting an old man just doesn't bide well with me incase I cause some serious damage as the bloke is a bit frail. That doesn't tame his attitude at all though I have absolutely no doubt he'll get a smack soon enough, I've seen him get into a couple of close calls with people on the footpath, It only takes one and when it comes, hopefully it'll be a lesson well learnt.If you fancy it ..... I’ll pay your fine. Your story has wound me up. He would have definitely gone for a swim if I’d have been there. But, you did better than I could have done pal. I once twa##ed a pike angler for killing a pike. I couldn’t stop him killing the pike as it was a legal size. It was the way him and his mate were killing it ..... kicking it up and down the bank. I shouted across the pond to kill it humanely if he wanted to kill it to which he shouted back ...... F### off. Well, that was it. Rod went down and off Michael trotted around the pond. No conversation just bang. His mate ran off. Not proud of my actions but, I’d do it again. I can’t help having a short fuse. I come from a rough area but, I know right from wrong and this is not how you treat other animals.
In regards to the pike situation, I'm with you on that one and it's well deserved. Again, I'm not an animal lover but being cruel just to be cruel is a big no no for me. I understand theres 'nessaccery evils' in life, But booting the sh*t out of a pike to kill it is not one, even if you're looking to eat it. Neither is plucking a bunch of wild eggs out of the nest because you're bothered about a bit of goose sh*t getting on your gear. Some people mate??