I remember, as a child, watching this video on MTV. I caught the tail end of this short film / video. I thought it ruled. Never did I see this video after that moment.
When I was almost of high school age, my friend Brad and I were fishing on the lake near my grandfather's cottage. We caught fish. We brought them to my grandfather to clean, since he could prepare the fish more efficiently than we could. We watched him behead the fish. As he began to de-scale the fish, we took the fish heads and began to play with them.
One fish head considerably dwarfed the size of the other fish head. The beheaded fish heads also continued to open and close their mouths at us repeatedly. The nerves continued to fire for some minutes, mouths opening, closing, opening. At one point, we stuck the little fish head into the mouth of the big fish head. We watched, with glee, plus many chuckles, as the big fish head swallowed the little fish head. Out the little fish head came from the back of the big fish head, through the opening where the throat would continue. We continued to feed the little fish head to the big fish head until the nerves stopped function.
Today, I found the Barnes & Barnes short film / video that I had caught a glimpse.
Thank you, Barnes & Barnes.
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