Our favorite thing about this, apart from the appearance of overalls tailored to a fish's physique, is the way the fish happily takes to his role as crop.
The Fishy Farm, according to the official site, can be used to produce "herbs, vegetables, fish and crustaceans for dinner."
Vegetables, fish. Six of one, half dozen of the other. The fish isn't splitting hairs and neither should you.
And so the fish loads up his basket—he's been out harvesting, you see—and he takes his fellow produce and they all plunk themselves down on your doorstep. And then he waits, blushing a bit around the gills, for you to sample the herbs, taste the tomatoes, nibble the carrots. And, his gaze becoming insistent, he fidgets and seems to ask, "See anything else you like?"
(Thanks to Dr. Idji for the referral.)