The Animosity of the Wharf

Falling off a dock is hard enough by one’s self, but imagine a small audience or a whole crowd. It gets tense, terse, and embarrassing. There is nothing like that sensation, with the litany of variables that could potentially happen, such as:

1. losing part or all of one’s wardrobe

2. falling on someone’s baby

3. falling in a pile of avian excrement

4. tripping into a labyrinth

5. jumping into a supernatural portal that transports you directly to a nudist colony

As you can see by these simple examples, life is already difficult enough without the fear of dealing with anything that could go wrong hanging out by a wharf, dock, or other mechanism to keep you out of the water when near the shore of any body of water…..

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