Thursday, 9 October 2008

Jammyness? Do You Measure Up?

Here's one for the Catch-and-Release crowd, I saw it on and I thought we'd make it the subject of a little competition. My mum (mom) has just delivered a shipment of her kick-ass jam (jelly) and I'll ship a jars worth of it to the reader who sends in the best use for a tattooed tape measure. Here's what its owner/wearer (Dave Selden) uses it for

"As a woodworker-graphic designer, I use a tape measure or ruler almost every day. Now I have one always within arm's reach. I use it for my work, but also my play. I measured some trout for length with it on a fishing trip to Mount Hood this weekend."

I look forward to hearing from you


Alistair said...

Hmmmm, my pal tells me a tape measure going up his arm from his fist would have been interesting while dating a past girlfriend - I did not ask him to elaborate!

My entry in the competition would have to do with the amount of DIY my wife has me doing at the moment in preparation for our baby - I did not realise that baby's require new curtain rails in lounges and new laminate in studys.

So sadly at the moment it would be put to use for DIY.

Oh, and to measure the enormous toothy gape of fly rod caught Pike when I have the chance :-)

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

'I did not realise that baby's require new curtain rails in lounges and new laminate in studys.'

Ha Ha you haven't heard the start of it yet!! Good job you've taken the percaution of buying your rod collection before the baby!

A great entry, will low shipping costs, I'm tempted but lets see a few more entries before i pick a winner.

The Rabid Outdoorsman said...

That is funny . . . the ultimate in geekness!

Pablo said...

Ah yes. This would be obvious to any tracker. I'd have it tatooed on my feet. I'm always fumbling about for a tape measure to measure tracks. No problem. Just whip off the old boots and socks and voila!

Fast Menopause Remedies said...

yeah this is really funny.

Albert A Rasch said...


I just don't know about this...

Sorry I haven't been around much the last six months, but real world issues have kept me from having much leisure time. I'll probably miss this fall's outdoor season too.

Looking forward to having a little bit more time in the near future.

Albert A Rasch
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Good to hear from you again, but that's not a proper competition entry. It's not that you don't deserve jam, it's just that you don't deserve jam for that comment!

Swamp Thing said...

The ruler tattoo is awesome! That is dedication to fishing!

Phil Thornton said...

Maybe it is used to measure his ever rising level of regret for getting a ruler tattoo on his freakin arm. lol