Bob was a fisherman who loved to go out on his boat and catch fish. He had a simple routine: he would wake up early, pack his fishing gear and some sandwiches, and head to the harbor. He would then sail to his favorite spot, where he knew the fish were plentiful and tasty. He would cast his line, wait for a bite, and reel in his catch. He would do this until he had enough fish for the day, then he would sail back to the harbor, sell his fish, and go home.
One day, however, Bob noticed something strange in the water. As he was sailing to his favorite spot, he saw some objects floating on the surface of the ocean. They looked like pies and oranges. Bob was puzzled. Where did they come from? Who would throw away such delicious food? He decided to investigate. He sailed closer to the floating pies and oranges, and saw that they were indeed real. They smelled good too. Bob felt hungry. He thought to himself: maybe I should try one of these pies or oranges. They might be better than my sandwiches.
Bob reached out his hand and grabbed an orange. He peeled it and took a bite. It was sweet and juicy. Bob smiled. He liked it. He grabbed another orange and ate it too. He felt satisfied. He then grabbed a pie. It was apple pie, his favorite kind. He took a bite and savored the taste. It was warm and flaky. Bob grinned. He loved it. He grabbed another pie and ate it too. He felt happy.
Bob forgot about fishing. He was too busy enjoying the floating pies and oranges. He ate one after another, until he had no more room in his stomach. He felt full and sleepy. He decided to take a nap on his boat. He lay down on his seat and closed his eyes.
He did not notice that the floating pies and oranges were not ordinary food. They were actually bait for a giant sea monster that lived in the depths of the ocean. The sea monster had a sweet tooth, and liked to lure unsuspecting fishermen with its tasty treats. It would then emerge from the water and swallow them whole.
The sea monster saw Bob’s boat and smelled the pies and oranges on it. It thought: this is my lucky day. I have a big meal waiting for me. It swam closer to the boat, ready to attack.
But before it could reach the boat, it heard a loud noise from above. It looked up and saw a helicopter flying over the ocean. The helicopter belonged to a TV crew that was filming a documentary about marine life. They had spotted the floating pies and oranges, and wanted to investigate.
The helicopter flew over Bob’s boat, and saw him sleeping on his seat. They also saw the sea monster approaching the boat from below. They realized that Bob was in danger.
The TV crew quickly acted. They lowered a rope ladder from the helicopter, and shouted at Bob to wake up and climb up.
Bob heard the shouting and opened his eyes. He saw the rope ladder dangling in front of him, and the TV crew waving at him from the helicopter.
He also saw the sea monster’s huge mouth opening behind him.
Bob was terrified.
He jumped out of his seat and grabbed the rope ladder.
He climbed up as fast as he could.
He made it to the helicopter just in time.
The sea monster missed him by inches.
It roared in frustration.
Bob was safe.
The TV crew congratulated him on his narrow escape.
They told him that they had filmed everything, and that he was going to be famous.
They also told him that they had some extra sandwiches for him, if he was hungry.
Bob thanked them for saving his life.
He also thanked them for the sandwiches.
He felt relieved and grateful.
He decided to never eat floating pies or oranges again.
He also decided to stick to fishing from now on.
Later that evening, Bob was sitting in a chair on his porch and he was wondering “Who baked the pies?”