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Old 06-12-2013, 04:51   #31
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I have a problem, please help me? My engine wont start.
Few years ago my daughter called me from Holland because she could not start her car and go to work.
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I am still unclear, is sex better on a monuhull or multihull?!?!?
I would have to say when at sea and a bit lumpy a multi wins, sex on a lively mono is just too difficult.
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Old 06-12-2013, 07:06   #34
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all this sex talk... the only thing separating us from sailinganarchy.com is a gratuitous hot mamma pic...

they got NUTTIN on us now.
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Old 06-12-2013, 07:22   #35
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Armchair sailors have far more opinions than real cruisers!
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Old 06-12-2013, 07:46   #36
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Please post your HOT MAMA photos, especially if you are an older retired cruiser. I want to see what most of us are missing...


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A moonless night, a dock box at the end of an uninhabited marina and a willing partner...now THAT, well use your imagination.
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Vive, baby!
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I am still unclear, is sex better on a monuhull or multihull?!?!?
You like jerky quick action or the slow roll?
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I do enjoy meeting the folks from France.
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I would have to say when at sea and a bit lumpy a multi wins, sex on a lively mono is just too difficult.
The worst sex I ever had was wonderful
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A blow is better on a multi.
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You had to know that a lovely French young lady would be the first to appear. I have got to quit fooling around with those Irish and German ladies.... or maybe not.....
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i use my gun as an anchor

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Now you started it.

What kinda gun do you use as an anchor. I know guys who swear by long guns while others like pistols and some even like the small CCWs.

Personally I would like the 88mm Flak, but when I switched to a catamaran it was hard to find a good place to mount it on the bow.
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Best piece of wisdom I found on CF is this . . . from a recently closed thread:

"i dont care what i do not know. sailing itself is a mindless task, proven over and over."




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