Dating a fisherman
But Prioli, who has 15 years of experience as an angler, has another theory: fish photos convey wholesome enjoyment.
“I use fish pics because I’m usually happiest in them,” he says.
Just for those who do not know…I’m in love with a fisherman, a hunter, an outdoor enthusiast, a landscape designer, a wood furniture builder, an excavator, a kind man, a grateful man, and a humble man…I’m also lucky enough that all of these men (seeing as multiple boyfriends can be frowned upon) are part of one awesome guy!
He claims that since we have known each other for so long, he has nothing new to learn about me (ha ha), I on the other hand have learned so much I could probably write a book.
Their first date was a boat ride, and they’re still together.
It makes sense, but surely not every guy with a fish pic is that dedicated a hobbyist.
For now, though, that’s about as far as my investigation has made it. During my get-to-the-bottom-of-the-fish-pics quest, I came across Prioli’s profile and swiped right.
This one isn’t all about farming…it covers a few more of the “normal” sides of my life about love & fishing.
(This holdover from long-ago caveman instincts is an idea excellently mocked in a “Resources obtained by the man’s individual efforts are more highly valued than, say, resources that a man lucked into,” Buss, a professor at the University of Texas, wrote in an email.
The silver lining: I’m not quite sure on this one, to be honest. Fishermen come in all kinds of sizes; short, tall, skinny, round, husky, pleasantly plump, large-and-in-charge, beanpole—the list could go on forever.
Based on previous experience, it’s probably best to just say, “Sorry, babe. Although we might not look like we came off the set of Baywatch, we do have one claim to fame: Our hands are pretty darn strong.
If you’re thinking about dating a fisherman, don’t say I didn’t warn you.
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