During summer, the narrator stays next-door to Sheila's cottage. The narrator like Sheila and stalks her everytime.
Wow, that chick is so hot!
The narrator asks Sheila out on a date to go to see a band in Dixford. I'll wait for you at 6pm outside your house with the canoe.
Wanna go out tonight to a band in Dixford?
You have a car?
I think fishing's dumb.
While on the way to the concert, the narrator hooks the largest bass he has ever seen. Sheila mentions that she doesn't like fishing which makes the narrator have to make a decision betweenSheila or the bass.
Do I choose the hot chick or the bass?
I prefer the hot hick over the bass. I will cut the line now.
The narrator thinks that the bass is interrupting his time with Sheila and prefers letting go the fish. The narrator cuts the fishing line since he choses the girl over the bass.
The narrator realizes that Sheila was using him to get the boy that she wanted and regrets everything.
I will be going home with Eric.
What? I'm such a fool!
The narrator says that there will be other Sheila Mant's and other fish. He says that he would never make the same mistake again.