Their names are Mr. and Mrs. Penguin. They’re going to the water. Mrs. Penguin says, “It’s cold.” And Mr. Penguin says, “It looks like a good day to get a fish.” Mrs. Penguin says again, “It’s cold!” Mr. Penguin says, “You have a fur coat.” And she says, “I can’t follow up.”
Then they go swimming. Mrs. Penguin says, “Forget it!”
They have to be hungry. They’ll incorporate the fishing with swimming. I think they will not find a fish… Well, that’s beyond me! I don’t know what to do.
They’re still hungry! They’ll meet back at that spot.
He says, “I think we scared the fish away because they can see us when we’re out in the open like this.” And she says, “Oh, forget it!”
He’s going to get the bright idea that the sun’s coming up on their backs and making it easy for the fish to see them. They’re going to have to move. They should move to a different vantage point. She says, “Look! There’s one right there in front of us!” Mr. Penguin says, “Hold my hand!” And they get the fish.
I think they’ve got to fish separately. They can’t go in holding hands and be effective. They won’t be able to swim effectively to catch a fish for them. They have to be able to swim pretty quick. They’re going to have to do it separately. I think he’ll go down to the water’s edge and say, “Come on down to water’s edge and avoid jumping in, which would scare the fish and make them dart.”
They’re still hungry.
When they meet back there in five minutes, Mrs. Penguin has a good sized tuna and says, “Where’s yours? Aren’t you going to share with me?”
--Created on 1-2-2015