When I bought the first boat the Wife said she I could have a mistress, as long as she didn't see it. So the boat is in Newfoundland
; and I'm in Philadelphia. Now we just bought HER boat, so we could have a "MENAGE A TROIS
" But I can't get past the Mayday call - no one would come.
So we are buying
boat, she a psychoanalyst. And its her boat so maybe:
And the dingy? “A LITTLE”
I'm an Engineer
, if she dumps me she could rename it "ENGINE LASS
A couple of weeks ago we saw a Canadian yacht in Indiantown, Florida
named “Carpe Diem eh!
We thought that was good.
name of our soon to be new to us boat is Safara which means something like “spiritual journey.” OK, but kinda bland.
But I'm not much on names. Perhaps it is a family
trait. My Father was born in Hope
, and was always feared he would find a town named Despair
Pet names have always been difficult for me.
I once had a beagle back in the '60's when I was a long haired hippie type. Not thinking clearly or long term I named it “Bunny
.” Later when I went rabbit hunting I got some mighty strange looks from other hunters, especially since we were usually pretty successful.
In order to not repeat such embarrassments I named our red eared slider turtle BAT
(Big Ass Turtle)
And we have a very curious and uninhibited cat that is called (what else) CAT!
Correct pronunciation requires the word to be said “fortissimo
” followed by the sound of the exclamation sign (!
) which is the sound of a shoe throw with great force that hits something unintended.