Mother bought a fish in the market. Back home, my mother said to us, "we're going to eat fish tonight." We are very happy.
Mom first brought a basin, put some water in it, put the fish in the basin, and then mom asked me to help her scrape the scales.
First, I took the knife as my father used to scrape the scales. Then I held the fish tightly. I realized that the fish slipped out of my hand and fell into the basin again, splashing my whole body with water. The second time, I grabbed the tail of the fish, but its head was still swinging around. I pressed the fish on the kitchen board, and it was still moving. I shouted to my mother, "Mom, the fish is not honest!" my mother said, "you are so stupid, and you don't use your brain. Doesn't your father have wine?"
This reminds me, right, isn't dad always drunk and motionless? I took the bottle, took a spoon, pinched the fish's mouth and filled four spoons with one spoon and one spoon. It's really smart! The fish was drunk and didn't move. Then, I successfully completed the task of scraping scales.