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Hi Folks, I hope you are enjoying my puzzling theme for you.

PLEASE DO *NOT* REVEAL THE ANSWERS SO THAT OTHERS CAN PLAY - MUCH APPRECIATED

I will post the answers this time tomorrow.

Ok here goes .......

Traditionally, the term “caviar” refers to the salt-cured roe of which fish?

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manicpuzzler

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Max_Tooney

Yes, and NEVER try to rumble with the Shinto Shriners.

msbonne

Another fact I was unaware of.

Max_Tooney

Whereas the Jaapnese were...Shriners.

msbonne

They are of a fine Elk indeed.

Max_Tooney

I'm always delighted to impart knowledge from all my years of co-mingling with my Chniaese friends at the Maooose Lodge.

msbonne

Thank you Max, I am able to grasp so much knowledge from you.

Max_Tooney

The Jaapnese are more feudal, so they're more likely to resist gravity. The Chniaese don't try to fight lunar pull.

msbonne

The Jaapnese are not as tall as the Chniaese, are they? Is this due to less lunar pull, and lower altitude?

Max_Tooney

Last century, they would have been made in Jaapn.

msbonne

These comments were made in Chnia.

patsquire

It's sure a great country, Chnia. I wish I'd been born there. Well, no, then I wouldn't have been an American, but I almost wish it.

Max_Tooney

As well as the tidal pull, twice a day, from the Moon. This effect is more pronounced for the tall, water retentive Chnia-ese.

patsquire

Right, thinner air and less gravity.

Max_Tooney

Especially the closer you get to Tibet, due to high altitude.

patsquire

Oh sure, but Yao one one of the shorter ones in Chnia. Tall people, the Chnia-ese.

Max_Tooney

So you hung around with Yao Ming? He was my favorite Chnia-ese basketball player.

patsquire

I have fond memories of my time in Chnia! All those tall people around me (and I'm 6'2") and they were so good at making sneakers and running shoes, plastic toys, all kinds of cheap little junk. Yes, good times indeed.

Max_Tooney

His avatar looks like a Walmart-import* centaur...though I did get quite a kick from it.

(*Chnia)

manicpuzzler

But I don't think he would :))

Fowly

And he can kick with all of them!!!

Fowly

But msbonne has twice as many.

Max_Tooney

The legs are more reminiscent of Epstein.

Mazy

But you ARE a cold fish, with a nasty kick.

msbonne

But nor Horshack. He was not a good student.

manicpuzzler

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msbonne

Bummer, now I am just a cold fish.

Fowly

With a conglomerated body like msbonne has at the moment he can run like the wind and swim like a fish.......and he still has that sideways glance Max-Tooney. (He was hotter as an otter). Fay.

wjl1015

:))

msbonne

Hmmm, something fishy going on here.

Max_Tooney

Makes my heart flounder.

Max_Tooney

That sideways glance always gets to me.

msbonne

There should be a claws here as to the depths we can go.

Max_Tooney

Ouch

manicpuzzler

Has a bad effect on the children, some end up as a prawn star!

msbonne

I had no idea that Barbie was into shrimp. Seems an odd fetish to put into a childs doll.

Max_Tooney

I remember it ;-)

Fowly

Time to. Throw another shrimp on the barbie Max. (An old TV travel ad by Paul Hogan..Crocodile Dundee). Fay

msbonne

I am just all wet.

Max_Tooney

My goal has always been to be osmosis funny as the rest of you.

manicpuzzler

You are far too briny for me :)) (brainy)

Max_Tooney

Some of us barely avoided a-salt charges over these musings.

manicpuzzler

LOL :))

Fowly

Have we all fathom ed this one out now??? Let it sleep in the deep. Fay.

manicpuzzler

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Jaws IX

manicpuzzler

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Fowly

We are pun ishing ourselves.....and others.

Fowly

Well, its halibut the time he got caught caught, hook line and sinker,we are making a monkeyfish out of him. Time to put him `Asleep in the Deep’. (Trouble is we keep finding more puns to post)

msbonne

That is knot a good place to be. There is usually a line there too.

Fowly

He took a looong walk on a short plank and ended up in Davey Jones’ locker.

msbonne

I thought he Fin ished.

Fowly

Oh buoy, still at it are we; wed better tuna da piano for the sea shanty that Barnacle Bill is hosting.

Fowly

Oh buoy, when krill this one end???? I have hadock a good nights sleep, and you are still pylon it on. Fay.

Mariposamia

Had the wrong species, but I sure did have to fish deep to find the right one!

msbonne

Now you can walk as I do, with the Wyndham my hair and the sun in my face.

Max_Tooney

I'm ahead? It's my first lead in Days Inn days.

msbonne

Max 10, Motel 6

Max_Tooney

I hate that I even resorted to that.

msbonne

That was Lowes, even for you. I think you are more Omni potent than that.

Max_Tooney

Always for the Holiday™s.

msbonne

So it's the Hampton Inn?

Max_Tooney

No, it's the one in the Hamptons.

msbonne

Is that the Liver Pool?

Max_Tooney

Stay in the shallow end of the pool.

msbonne

I would prefer roeing, Wading is dangerous with the sharks.

Max_Tooney

I'll wait it out. Roe v. Wade is under review.

msbonne

or Knot.

Max_Tooney

or better yet, not!

msbonne

perhaps we need to come about and start on a new tack.

Max_Tooney

lol...I doubt that.

msbonne

You have sunk to new depths with that one.

Max_Tooney

You're in a league of your own.

msbonne

I cannot fathom that.

Max_Tooney

Not a problem. I'm in anchor management.

msbonne

Yeah, I kinda dragged bottom there.

Max_Tooney

Ouch.

msbonne

I think you are in seine.

Max_Tooney

My net worth is amazing.

nanab

Yes!

msbonne

Now you are just trolling me.

Max_Tooney

:::bobs head:::

msbonne

Once you get the line, it is just like follow the Leader.

Max_Tooney

Throw it straight. You know I can't hit a sinker. (No one else can either, apparently...)

msbonne

I can throw you a line.

Max_Tooney

I was considering this while preparing barb-e-que...

msbonne

I think you are hooked on these.

Max_Tooney

Get for reel!

msbonne

Watch it yourself pal, or I will cast you out.

Max_Tooney

Hey! Watch it, chum!

Fowly

I am afraid eel be back, so ya better tuna de piano . Goodnight folks. Fay

msbonne

:::worms:::

Max_Tooney

:::crickets:::

msbonne

I am not taking the bait.

Max_Tooney

Have you no remoras?

msbonne

That is a whale of a tale Max, Orca n you back it up?

Max_Tooney

Ha! As far as puns go, sit tight. Moby coming.

Fowly

Thanks for my final laugh of the day Max speak-no-evil Tooney. Ahab had a good time reading all these comments. Fay

manicpuzzler

LOL PW :)) :))

Max_Tooney

Ahab a good time solving these quizzes...

manicpuzzler

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Fowly

Everyone has been having a whale of a time with this one Bonnie,been having lots of discus sion on the matter, perhaps they just can’t kelp it. I happen to live in Marlin Street!!

Fowly

Another tick for me, Fay.

manicpuzzler

OMG wet keyboard!! :)) :))

msbonne

Madonna even wrote a song about them. Like A Sturgeon.

Stillmanic

And the answer is................Sturgeon

Sturgeon is the common name for the 27 species of fish belonging to the family Acipenseridae. Their evolution dates back to the Triassic some 245 to 208 million years ago. The family is grouped into four genera: Acipenser, Huso, Scaphirhynchus and Pseudoscaphirhynchus. Four species may now be extinct. Two closely related species, Polyodon spathula (American paddlefish) and Psephurus gladius (Chinese paddlefish, possibly extinct) are of the same order, Acipenseriformes, but are in the family Polyodontidae and are not considered to be "true" sturgeons. Both sturgeons and paddlefish have been referred to as "primitive fishes" because their morphological characteristics have remained relatively unchanged since the earliest fossil record. Sturgeons are native to subtropical, temperate and sub-Arctic rivers, lakes and coastlines of Eurasia and North America.
Sturgeons are long-lived, late-maturing fishes with distinctive characteristics, such as a heterocercal caudal fin similar to those of sharks, and an elongated, spindle-like body that is smooth-skinned, scaleless, and armoured with five lateral rows of bony plates called scutes. Several species can grow quite large, typically ranging 7–12 ft (2-3½ m) in length. The largest sturgeon on record was a beluga female captured in the Volga estuary in 1827, weighing 1,571 kg (3,463 lb) and 7.2 m (24 ft) long. Most sturgeons are anadromous bottom-feeders, which migrate upstream to spawn, but spend most of their lives feeding in river deltas and estuaries. Some species inhabit freshwater environments exclusively, while others primarily inhabit marine environments near coastal areas, and are known to venture into open ocean.
Several species of sturgeon are harvested for their roe, which is processed into the luxury food caviar. This has led to serious overexploitation, which combined with other conservation threats, has brought most of the species to critically endangered status, at the edge of extinction.
In a quiet rural village deep in the heart of Yorkshire, there is a family-run Ethical Caviar Farm which is producing world-class Caviar in a way that is completely sustainable and cruelty free.
Exceptionally proud to be leading the world in ethical Caviar production™, they use a revolutionary no-harm process which has the potential to help save the sturgeon from extinction. Their policy of complete transparency means every gram they sell can be traced right back to the sturgeon who produced it.

manicpuzzler

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Well done one and all :))

Mazy

yup, this I know.

msb is a client and a friend of a heck of a lot of Gilberts.

msb should be banned from fish puns just as Max is banned from cheese puns. msg's fish puns are getting awfully cheesy, just as Max's cheese puns began to smell fishy...

Surreal_Heidi

Another one that should not qualify as a Darwin award. He was with his 17 year old son. His stupid genes live on.

Surreal_Heidi

I know this one!! My grandmother used to make an incredible caviar pie. I wish I had her recipe.

nanab

I know this one.

msbonne

Sorry, the new hooked on phonics arrived, I have to go now.

msbonne

Sorry, I got a little out of joint there. I will scale it back.

Max_Tooney

The one made of Jade?

msbonne

Speaking of, did you steal my Lobster POT?

Max_Tooney

Good, otherwise I'll reefer you to the authorities...

msbonne

I am trying to keep it in the coral.

Max_Tooney

That's the porous excuse for a pun thus far...

msbonne

Usually people soak it up like a sponge.

Max_Tooney

I'm not In the Mood for that tail...

msbonne

Such a tail I could tell.

Max_Tooney

Tommy...DORSAL? Ack!

msbonne

And Bonnie comes in with a monster pun.

msbonne

(Indeed, the Marlin WAS a scary vehicle).

I think back in the day, Tommy Dorsal had one before his band finally stopped performing.

Max_Tooney

Ouch. I was bedazzled by that serpentine reference...

manicpuzzler

Some people don’t like fish puns, but they are kraken me up!

Max_Tooney

Dealing with a mechanic. What a haddock!

(Marlin? Yikes.)

msbonne

Yes I did, I am having my mechanic Marlin look it over.

Max_Tooney

Did you wreck it? Whatsa manta with you?

msbonne

I have never attended one myself, but if I do go, I am driving my Stingray (the Barracuda is in the shop).

Max_Tooney

I sea what you did there.

msbonne

Aren't there a lot of urchins at those meetings?

Max_Tooney

This is why they tell me at the FA meetings: do NOT associate with other fish punners. If you do, the shad will hit the fan.

msbonne

Mako way for Bonnie.

msbonne

I think you are just floundering around with the idea.

manicpuzzler

Never trust unlicensed puns – always check they’re o-fish-al.

Max_Tooney

(I feel like I'm being catfished for some reason...)

msbonne

I know you are a sucker for these.

Max_Tooney

:::calling fishpuns anonymous:::

msbonne

Oh come on Max, flex that brain mussel.

Max_Tooney

I took the oath a few months back. I'm clamming up.

msbonne

Roe is me.

manicpuzzler

Oh for Gods hake, not another fish pun.

Fowly

You are all being very shellfish with your hints here!!!!! But not to worry, I’m pretty sure I know the answer. Fay

msbonne

Oh dear, the plankton line, my mind is reeling. I am hooked on these fish puns though.

manicpuzzler

LOL Lia I agree :))

I’d make you walk the plankton for that.!!!

Lia

Darwin award: That man was an electrician???? Am I glad he never came near my house to repair any wiring!!


And I love that picture. It proofs that you can be anything you want to be. People will believe it too!
Like: You want to be President or Prime Minister: You can, if you want to. You don't have to be intelligent, suitable, reliable or anything: just want it enough and you can become it!

msbonne

Wait until you plumb the depths, we have just scratched the surface here.

manicpuzzler

LOL I can see a fish pun off coming up :))

msbonne

While my attorney Gil is a real shark, at least he only requires a fin for a retainer. As to the quiz, while driving my Stingray to the fish market, I did recall the answer. For a bit, the answer was slippery as an eel, but I pared it down to two. I thought I had the correct one, but then I thought It must be that one, Orcawd it be really be the other.

manicpuzzler

That Pat, was a groaner!! LOL :))

patsquire

A fish question, eh? 1 millionth of a salmon = 1 microfiche.

manicpuzzler

Yes a prize idiot. You would have thought at that age he would have some sense!

PutterDutt

I know this one, and do not mourn the twit Alan!

manicpuzzler

Another Darwin award…..
Alan, a 43-year-old electrician, was hanging out with his 17-year-old son and the son's girlfriend. They were feeling cooped up, so they hoped the back fence to play by the railroad tracks that ran behind it.
Alan thought it would be a blast to watch a shopping cart being dragged by a train. He tied one end of a 20-foot rope to the shopping cart, and the other end to a full water bottle, as a weight.
When an 86-car Union Pacific freight train rumbled through at 15 mph, Alan stood behind the cart and hurled the bottle at the train. The bottle broke! So he tied another bottle to the rope. Standing in front of the cart, he lobbed the bottle under the train and gleefully noted that his plan worked this time--until the shopping cart whipped into him, and dragged him over a mile along the tracks, reportedly pulling up two spikes in the process.
A spokesman for the Federal Railroad Administration said this was "an extremely unusual occurrence." Alan was dead before the engineer could stop the train. After the incident, Police Sgt. Joe May warned pedestrians not to loiter near train tracks.

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