Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Your Opinion Matters!

In light of current posts by my astonishingly beautiful wife, I have taken to heart the hurtful comments by all those who object to my piece of art known to most as "The Antique Fish". Without further biased comments, I will now ask you to let your voice be heard by voting on the fate of the fish. The voice of the people will be heard, but ultimately the fish lives under my dominion and tyrannical rule and so I alone will determine what happens to the fish.

Cast your vote now! (Poll located on the right side of our blog.)

9 comments:

Sarah E. Reynolds said...

Uh, is anyone going to be able to TELL what I voted for?

Nick said...

hahaha...No. Except right now yes because it's a landslide vote so far. I guess I should thank you for your support.

Chubbs said...

GO FISH!! GO FISH!! GO FISH!! I should vote for Cassie too... But I won't cuz that's not fair.

Tara Dalby said...

You guys this is seriously sooo funny to me! You are such a cute married couple :)

Chubbs said...

Oh no... I saw the no vote go up one right after me then Tara commented right after me.... Interesting...

Darrell said...

As a man who knows all things fish and fishing, let me be the first to authoritatively state that your antique fish is most remarkable and probably exceedingly valuable. Only a moron would seriously consider junking it. If you must get rid of it to preserve your marriage, i know of a really good home for your amazing fish.

Darrell said...

A little confession here...i logged off and then tried to log back on in order to vote multiple times and your vote counter wouldn't let me cheat...Drats! Don't worry Nick, I'll try again tomorrow.

Darcee said...

Nick, Where is the love? Did you not read my props for your fish on that post by Sydney? I supported you then and I support you now. Usually I would defer to Syd when it comes to matters of decorating, but what can I say? Your fish is just too cool.

Jana said...

I like the colors of the fish and it could be a great conversation piece. Keep the Fish, and honestly I doubt Sheila would want the fish :)