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Old 02-07-2016, 17:58   #1
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I'm interested to heart some of the smart, witty signs boat owners put in the head for inexperienced passengers stating how everything works and what not to put down the toilet. And go!!!

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Re: Signs

I'm going to have one made up saying "If you have not used this particular head before ask for instructions.
If you were drinking the previous time ask for instructions again".

It seems to me that this is gentler than posting a sign that says "Do not put anything in the head unless you have eaten it first".
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