Glen Pudvine, Joshua Sex & Sanja Todorovic
Every emotion under the sun, that's what I'm feeling, 2014
A kranky old fisherman went out in his boat.
After a while he caught a big fish.
Ye fool, ye! said the fisherman – I didn't have to work very hard to catch you.
And the fish said to him, Sure, wouldn't I do the same if I was in your shoes.
O you wouldn't catch me so easily, says the fisherman – as they say, You can't kid a kidder.
The fish says to him, Well, let's see, you hop down there into the water and I'll try and catch you. Right, says the fisherman and in he goes to thewater.
Down and down into the waves.
And like any good fisherman he never learnt to swim and so that was the end of him.
As for the fish in the boat, he lets down the line to see can he catch the fisherman.
No such luck.
After a few lean hours he gives it up and hops down in the water himself.
He says – Well, maybe he's right. Maybe I am a fool.
Once a worm was goin along through the soil. He came up against a big stone. Now what's this big stone doin here says he. And he has to go around it - which he does. And he keeps on goin. A while later a bit shovel comes down from the world above and doesn't it take the worm up out of it. And doesn't a fisherman's hand take the worm up out of the very soil. Well! Now didn't he wish that the stone had been so big that he'd never gotten around it!