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Old 29-05-2009, 04:33   #31
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. . . I can trade my 40 in for a pair of 20's if I want to, as long as I can afford the upkeep!
[edit from wife: "Bub, you ain't wired for 2-20!"]
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Old 15-02-2011, 20:48   #32
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had a disagreementwith the wife on the boat one day , Later she said she was ready to swim ashore, I said I was gonna let her, she rarely goes anymore. rather keep the boat
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Old 15-02-2011, 22:46   #33
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If you own a boat, you will get laid. If you are married, you don't.

Boats can be left out in the rain without getting mad.

Boats like to be tied up.

Boats are always wet.

Boats never tell you that you have had enough to drink.

Boats won't give you HIV.

Boats won't cut off your penis.

and on and on
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Old 16-02-2011, 00:07   #34
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When I buy my boat an expensive little surprise, it does not complain it is out of fashion or not quite the right color.
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Old 16-02-2011, 00:11   #35
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We need boats
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Old 16-02-2011, 03:12   #36
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The joy of sailing Vs the bitching over it ... the boat stays, she's history.

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Old 16-02-2011, 11:04   #37
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i hope you BOYS know that this also goes for us gurlees-- why is a boat better than a man.......they dont bligh nor yell in a sea,
they are smarter than the blusterer(male) at the helm..
they donot 'peacock' for attention
when they need something they whisper it to yet they are warm and cozy or cold and mean--is at our will and whimsy , not their own
they go where ye tell em to go....
boats are workaholics but never late to dinner
they do not leave for a younger model
when they beat ye up is for a reason
has a boat ever blown up your sporty car????
does a boat pee outside the toilet repeatedly?
doesnt have an arrogant attitude just because went thru canal
lol.. this could be fun......
come on gurlees--i know there are more reasons a boat i s better than a man....they wanna play this game, we can join in and let them know.....

only thing is-- they(BOATS) do not hug..LOL...nor kiss nor be good to ye in morning whenye want to have a good coffee-- boat dont make it---lol ho wbout sex--- ye can sex up a boat but does she return the favor???? does she rub your back
does she cook for ye....LOL
lol this could be a lot of fun!!!--could go many different directions..lets have fun now....
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Old 16-02-2011, 13:23   #38
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I got divorced.
Then bought a boat.
Then bought a hat that said: "I love my boat. It takes all my money but it doesn't bitch."
I wore it the first time I took my ex for a ride. She just laughed.

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Old 16-02-2011, 13:40   #39
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Girls, I think it's time for our own thread. Should be "a boat is better than a husband because...." Zee, you can start her up. just cut'npaste your last comment and we are off and running!
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Your boat doesn't complain when you buy her a bucket

Nor when you use it
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Old 16-02-2011, 14:14   #42
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I got rid of the husband and kept the boat. . . . . . it does get me wet now and again. And it never fails to satisfy.

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A boat don't mind being walked on but it doesn't giggle when
you scrub her bottom either.
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Old 16-02-2011, 18:49   #44
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Girls, I think it's time for our own thread. Should be "a boat is better than a husband because...." Zee, you can start her up. just cut'npaste your last comment and we are off and running!
Hey, I'm enjoying the cheap shots from both sides! Don't start a new thread, return your volleys in here.

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Old 16-02-2011, 21:38   #45
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That Is Brilliant!

You really made me laugh. Boat lust is a beautiful thing
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I got rid of the husband and kept the boat. . . . . . it does get me wet now and again. And it never fails to satisfy.

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