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Old 17-12-2010, 06:21   #226
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Believe me..if these two had been nekkid i'd have kept driving...not hot...not even for ugly guys...

If they'd been milfy soccer moms doing the polar plunge thing tho....hmmm..nice mental image, that....yess...

LOL...powdered milf...best typo ever..
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Old 17-12-2010, 07:35   #227
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I have always been paranoid about some harm coming to my junk, however unfounded because logic says that I am not blessed to the point that entanglements are likely

When I was a young man my speedo said Speedo now it says Speeeeeeeedo, and it disappears when I sit down!!
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Old 17-12-2010, 10:24   #228
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I have always been paranoid about some harm coming to my junk, however unfounded because logic says that I am not blessed to the point that entanglements are likely

When I was a young man my speedo said Speedo now it says Speeeeeeeedo, and it disappears when I sit down!!
rofl.... i think i died on the choke i got from that one...screen is still clean.....image is frozen in my pea sized brain.... scary ....
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Old 17-12-2010, 10:52   #229
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Yes...yes I can..it took me five frickin' hours to get home from NOB yesterday..and pulled two morons out of ditches.
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Old 17-12-2010, 12:27   #230
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Gosh, I go away for a few days and you guys have TOO Much Fun! Love where you wear your hat Boatman!
and a sarong indeed sounds like a great thing for those populated areas where maybe you don't want to let it ALL hang out, but keep the breezes blowing.
Mule - you are a poet with that imagery!

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Gosh, I go away for a few days and you guys have TOO Much Fun! Love where you wear your hat Boatman!
and a sarong indeed sounds like a great thing for those populated areas where maybe you don't want to let it ALL hang out, but keep the breezes blowing.
Mule - you are a poet with that imagery!

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have to have fun--am prepping now for solo trip. no crew?? dunno-- will know when i take off. renting a superpump for the packing gland installation...lol..
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Old 17-12-2010, 15:12   #232
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From my point of view I can only take off so many clothes before the whole world begins to laugh or gag.

Another question is: How many of you men will wear KILTS??
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Old 17-12-2010, 15:58   #233
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Last name's Mackenzie----I've worn a kilt frequently..and I lived in Hawaii for many years, a sarong/lava lava is really quite comfortable in the tropics... if you have to wear something.............
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Old 17-12-2010, 17:45   #234
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I will...but then again my folk got kicked out of Scotland for subversion and heresy..

UTILIKILTS - American Made Utility Kilts for Everyday Wear

Want one of these..
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Old 17-12-2010, 19:08   #235
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Are ya a wee bit daft lad? A kilt for a carpenter? Next thing ye'll be grabbing yer pecker for a hammer and then we'll see who'll be going on about the slivers!
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Old 18-12-2010, 06:43   #236
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Nahhh...I'm pretty careful..I'd get the hammer every time...I don't want to break the boards...
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Wore the kilt on thursday.
Its not so good in Hot weather. got chafed in hong Kong and wifie split her sides laughing when i discovered the painful way about mentholated talc...
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Old 18-12-2010, 16:14   #238
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Wore the kilt on thursday.
Its not so good in Hot weather. got chafed in hong Kong and wifie split her sides laughing when i discovered the painful way about mentholated talc...

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Old 18-12-2010, 16:21   #239
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LOL...looking at what they want for a utilikilt...I told my wife to scare up a kilt pattern and make me a few out of cotton duck...oughta start making them out of realtree camo..tod her after we get all the covers made for the boat, we ought to make one to match out of sunbrella....<G>

Mentholated talc? LOL..sucks for you...Roflcopter! I had an accident with jalepenos awhile back...wasn't too funny then..at east not from my point of view...wife thought it was funny though...
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Incidents with jalapenos are rarely funny in the first person...I tend to stay in my clothes as a safety precaution when operating heavy jalapeno machinery!
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