The Story of Dolphy the Dolphin

The story of Dolphy the Dolphin, written by Melissa 2xOeufs et Bacon while on nightwatch between Sydney and Coffs Harbour, 26 May 2009.

By: the French-Canadian who has a grade 6 grammar in English and has a hard time with all the weird accents around her 🙂 She can put it up with it.

Dolphy the dolphin was living somewhere in Australia at 28°04.339’S/153°32.214’E. One day, he decided to be adventurous and see the world. During his voyage, he arived at an Island where a sail boat was ankored and a man was swimming. He decided to have fun with him because he felt lonely like the bucket.

The man said: “wait here, I will go pick up a ball so we can have fun.”.

Poor Dolphy, the dolphin… He didn’t know that the skipper was a bad man.

Instead of a ball, he came back with is golf club and decided to knockrd Dolphy like Canadian cub seals.

While Dolphy was unconcious, THE BAD SKIPPER decided to drug him and attached him to his boat.

During the time he was under drugs the skipper conviced him that they were best friends and theywill stay like this happily forever.

Dolphy, the dolphin woke up in this state of mind. He was happy he could help out his best friend, the Skipper.

The Skiper will used the doplhin to increase his speed by 3,274 knots which is good if you are on a calm ocean like today. Also, like Mongolian with their horses, the Skipper will cut Dolphy when he’s hungry to have a little steak on the barbecue. He would also darn Dolphy so he could swim again and pushed the boat. Usually he would marinated the steak for about 24 hours with garlic, honey, Dijon mustard, soya sauce and a little bit of Peri Peri. Hmmm Delicious!!!

They lived like this happily forever.

Moral of the story

give it to a dolphin, it will increase your boat speed without being financially demanding and is environmentally friendly. It is also a great source of protein and omega 3 for a healthy life style.


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