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Old 10-09-2010, 17:21   #1291
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I was merely suggesting a bordello decor, supported by Capt. Anjou's confident handling of the Victorian theme park within a barge, with chef/steward tending to the needs of her charter guests. Of course, if a guest was to her taste, she could tend to his/her needs personally.

Summer in Holland, spring in Germany, summer in Provence? A 600-1000 euros per day would make the off season plush for the Skipper.
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Old 10-09-2010, 19:43   #1292
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ROFLMFAO....... this is fun!!!
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Decor? I thought we was sailors? About the only decor we care about is the sheets have been changed in the last month or so, right?
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Decor? I thought we was sailors? About the only decor we care about is the sheets have been changed in the last month or so, right?
Yeah! Well, that and piles of charts, pilots and cruising guides. And I'm still looking for that one missing piece of decor to grace those clean sheets!

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<sigh> Me too! Margo

The process seems to be a lot like this:

Perhaps the real problem is I'm not a masochist. Then I might enjoy this!

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decor for between the sheets?? wow i havent seen that in ages--been kinda looking-but is a bleak place to search at times.....busy fixing my boat!!!!
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zeehag wrote:

i love the smell of perkins in the morning.....

then Yachts66 wrote:

I used to love Perkins, but lately I've taken to doing my own breakfast

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And I am busting a gut laughing at ya'll! I'm thinking the Zee was talking about the delicate aroma of a Perkins diesel, while Thomas was talking about the Perkins diner chain. Both quips went wide of their intended targets like bent arrows. God, I love this forum!

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I'm still looking for that one missing piece of decor to grace those clean sheets!
So, 'zackly where are you now? FL? GA? SC? I have a car as well as a boat, ya know.

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Yeah! Well, that and piles of charts, pilots and cruising guides. And I'm still looking for that one missing piece of decor to grace those clean sheets!

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I once again offer my humble services to assist you in your quest. I will, with much humility offer to serve as a benchmark to assist so you may move forward with your objective of finding that elusive decorative piece to grace your clean sheets. I have already offered to assist in your need for a black baby-doll and was promptly ignored, even tough the offer was of the purest of intentions (yeah right! Really!!)

Sooo if you want I will saddle up in my GMC PU, with the big steel bumpers, come to you from St Pete and help in any way I can, with, of course, (again,) the purest of intentions.

I am in St. Pete, just say the word. Sassy (the Apricot Poodle) and I will head that way and have an excuse to get on the road discovering more of FL.

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Margo, how could you possibly pass up a chance of an Apricot poodle?

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Hey! A dog. Maybe that's the sailing companion I've been looking for. Loyal, non judgemental, doesn't talk too much, and fun to pet!

Aw, but the seamanship would be sorely lacking! Haha!

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....and don't even think about going to Oz with a dog on board!

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Margo, how could you possibly pass up a chance of an Apricot poodle?

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That is one red head that has NEVER disappointed me and I can and do trust her completely with NO reservations. Sassy has never let me down when I feel I let her down she just still accepts and loves me. No truer example of Unconditional Love is the love of a dog for his/her master.
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No truer example of Unconditional Love is the love of a dog for his/her master.
That's "projecting" bonk and you know it. Dog's know the chain and where to get the food, thats all....and I can prove it. Send me said doggie and soon doggie will say "Ummm....Mule who? I love you SaltyMonkey"
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That's "projecting" bonk and you know it. Dog's know the chain and where to get the food, thats all....and I can prove it. Send me said doggie and soon doggie will say "Ummm....Mule who? I love you SaltyMonkey"
Thems are fightin words! It is not that the dogs "forgets" the last master, its just that the dog has such a big heart, the little guy can love you and mule. Now if you were talking about a cat, you'd be right.
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