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Old 05-03-2014, 13:20   #16
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Slainte is pronounced SLAHN-cha, and is Gaelic, I believe, for "To your health".

Some of the rest might be code just to keep HappyMdR guessing.
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Old 05-03-2014, 15:16   #17
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Slainte is pronounced SLAHN-cha, and is Gaelic, I believe, for "To your health".

Some of the rest might be code just to keep HappyMdR guessing.

So unskipper like... Fine... I'm not going to show you my OTHER OBX sticker... OR... The pirate plate on the front of my truck....

Skip... We need to start a group....
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Old 06-03-2014, 06:35   #18
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It's a very nice sticker. And you know I'd vote for you. But, if you want to be a member, you might wanna bring a little more to the table.

Perhaps you can wow the membership committee with some recruiting expertise...a bit of help with our gender disparity numbers?

Please send the recruits first.
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Old 06-03-2014, 07:12   #19
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It's a very nice sticker. And you know I'd vote for you. But, if you want to be a member, you might wanna bring a little more to the table.

Perhaps you can wow the membership committee with some recruiting expertise...a bit of help with our gender disparity numbers?

Please send the recruits first.
How about this fine specimen ????

She's HOT... will hold your drink for you.... and QUIET!!!

Perfffffect.... No???

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Hot indeed. But that hook would be a deal-breaker, I think.

I hesitate to ask what she did to earn the replacement appendage.
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Hot indeed. But that hook would be a deal-breaker, I think.

I hesitate to ask what she did to earn the replacement appendage.
Maybe she could use it for one of these... I learned about it last night, it was used to puncture the bladder in emergency blockage situations... but er... via the rectal canal....

Handy to have around... No???

She probably got caught with her hand in the cookie jar...
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SPT SHVM in NC to you too!
What's all that stuff?
SPT is Southport and SHVM is South Harbor Village Marina
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I gots a sticker.... can I be uh honerarey member????
If you have sailed (or surfed) there I accept you as an honorary member. As a newbie surfer(back in my 20's), my second surfing trip was to Hatteras. There are still pieces of me floating in those waters.
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If you have sailed (or surfed) there I accept you as an honorary member. As a newbie surfer(back in my 20's), my second surfing trip was to Hatteras. There are still pieces of me floating in those waters.
I've "ferry eeed" there.... So yes... I have been on a boat... in the water... I've also spent significant time in a boat that was on the hard...

I learned to surf as teen on the correct (left) coast where I grew up... Trestles, Huntington, Newport, Blacks....
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I learned to surf as teen on the correct (left) coast where I grew up... Trestles, Huntington, Newport, Blacks....
I don't guess that I ever did truly learn. I had a lot of fun getting tossed around though (here on the right coast). I did learn the essential part for picking up girls. I could walk with the leash attached w/o tripping. If it wasn't for surfer groupies, I wonder how many guys would have started surfing. Not that it wasn't fun but, there was that extra incentive.
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I don't guess that I ever did truly learn. I had a lot of fun getting tossed around though (here on the right coast). I did learn the essential part for picking up girls. I could walk with the leash attached w/o tripping. If it wasn't for surfer groupies, I wonder how many guys would have started surfing. Not that it wasn't fun but, there was that extra incentive.
There's a tear welling in my eye... Not sure if it's for the fond memories of the girls... Wishing life was so simple again.... or getting in the water at sunrise...
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There's a tear welling in my eye... Not sure if it's for the fond memories of the girls... Wishing life was so simple again.... or getting in the water at sunrise...
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Raider Curt & Downtime-

Planning to do some sailing tomorrow & Tuesday. I'd also like to sample the fare at The Dead End Saloon tomorrow evening. Look for me about 1800hrs...ish.

I'll be the one with the (many years old) gash in his neck from a Dewalt Sawzall-wielding disgruntled co-worker.

I hope it's not too-short of notice for HappyMdR and his wench-friend.
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Raider Curt & Downtime-

Planning to do some sailing tomorrow & Tuesday. I'd also like to sample the fare at The Dead End Saloon tomorrow evening. Look for me about 1800hrs...ish.

I'll be the one with the (many years old) gash in his neck from a Dewalt Sawzall-wielding disgruntled co-worker.

I hope it's not too-short of notice for HappyMdR and his wench-friend.
Aargh...

You baaastads have fun and you'd better have some stories too...

I'll send my wench friend along to give you a hand.... er... hooky...
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Stuck inland right now. Father in law is in the process of getting off of the vent. I hope that I can get back soon. BTW, I'm easy to recognize as well. I'm the 50 year old with hair past his shoulders AND it's not a mullet or a skullet (mullet with a hole in the middle) lol. The fish and chips are great as is the ahi tuna. If you eat at the bar, as I often do, there is a special bar menu with smaller portions. Tell Elaine(manager), Wes, Jake, Sarah, Kevin (bartenders) that Curtis will be back soon.
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