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Old 19-02-2011, 06:56   #61
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When you take your boat out for dinner it doesn't eat much, drinks nothing and costs little. The other diners may look at you a bit oddly but that beats the crap outta all the guys leeering at your wife!
Your boat sounds nice.........I'm giving it a serious look over as I wonder what it would take to get it to dump you and run off with me.
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Old 19-02-2011, 07:47   #62
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A boat likes it when you blow wind up her arse!
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Old 19-02-2011, 08:26   #63
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You can't get in trouble for tying an anchor to the boat.
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Old 19-02-2011, 09:06   #64
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You can always give your boat a paint and polish and she will look as good as the first day you laid (eyes on ) her!
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Old 19-02-2011, 10:10   #65
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You can't get in trouble for tying an anchor to the boat.
i guess that makes sense because tying an anchor to an anchor would be foolish, not to mention redundant... hehehe
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Old 19-02-2011, 10:54   #66
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a boat is better than a man because when i tried to awaken a man in my 'hood for assistance with a befouled mooring lines situation, he growled. the boat took matters into her own teeth and got rid of the mooring ball....LOL....smart boat...i am certain that , had a man in my own bed, he'd-a said same thing-- so ...... is it better to have a smart boat or a lazy man??????

oh yeah-- the same neighbor i called for aid in the dark called me at 0745--i got to sleep 0400, just to tell me i am still in my spot but i havent a mooring ball anymore..LOL....
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Old 19-02-2011, 10:58   #67
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A boat don't have In-Laws coming to visit and eat you out of house & home.
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Old 19-02-2011, 11:03   #68
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A boat don't have In-Laws coming to visit and eat you out of house & home.
naaaw--she does it herself......
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Old 19-02-2011, 11:38   #69
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If you own a boat, you will get laid. If you are married, you don't.
That's my favorite

Also a boat doesn't harass you to marry!
Breaking up gets you cash in return!
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Old 19-02-2011, 12:30   #70
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The boat doesn't care whether you are topside or not. . . . .
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Old 19-02-2011, 12:40   #71
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boat doesnt ask "how do you like it" "what do you like" and other irreverent lines..
no"come on up and see my etchings" in whatever version of the day....
boat doesnt wonder if you are saying what you mean instead of playing some game in his head.
boats dont play games, lie, cheat, steal or wander to another female's bed....or look for a younger model human....they arent superficial...
\they have great lines, good bodies, and donot preach at ye....my boat is an official ball buster-- she broke her mooring ball last night-- the rig is intact, i am in same place,l but bird had her say in the war of bird vs mooring ball..(rides better and doesnt hit the boat's hull anymore--isnt there--lol--i win!!!) now-- does this solve the problem of me occupying 2 mooring balls???? lol...
my boat doesnt care if i gain weight or not...
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On a boat, you can eat tacos when you want to.
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Old 19-02-2011, 13:00   #73
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On a boat, you can eat tacos when you want to.
kenny--on a boat ye can do all kindsa politically incorrect things--- even fart an belch and scratch....and on my boat is my left leg.......
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A boat is better than a husband because its standing rigging can be enjoyed any time, does not complain about disuse and you get 10 years service out of it minimum.
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i guess that makes sense because tying an anchor to an anchor would be foolish, not to mention redundant... hehehe
Tying an anchor to THAT anchor would be murder!
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