Brendhan. Sometimes you have an odd way of speaking. What do you mean by this:
"Somedays in here is like shooting fish in a barrel.
There is a special place in hell for me"
Greatest of days. Cindi
Yes, I do. It is called a huge sarcastic streak.
You asking about the dreaded snow bird caused me to laugh a great deal. I realize this statement is meaningful to those of us in florida, but it holds little relevance for people who live up north. Floridians don't think the drivers that live up north drive very well. A common occurance down here is for a snow bird to accidentally drive their car into a pool in someone's yard. Or through someone's beehives.
The statement shooting fish is a barrel is a cliche about how easy it is to get your target. The special place in hell is because I do things that sometimes come off with my dark streak of sarcasm. Think of it like this I once when I was very young cut off my younger sisters hair. My mother was a little upset because I had been told not to play with the scissors. I was told there was a special place in hell for you.
So when you do a small setup like put marbles in the medicine cabinet and listen for them to all fall out when you unsuspecting husband or friend opens it and you here all the marbles fall out and you husband/ friend freak out, the little mean spirited trap you set up means "there is a special place in hell for you." There older equivelent is "God, will get you for that."
As a comedian says though, if you have to explain the joke you lose the punchline.