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Old 17-11-2014, 02:48   #31
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Re: Sailing Terms and Commands as We Hear Them

How about, "stand by; I had a wrap."

From me today to Jim, relative to lowering the dinghy onto the deck, but to a bystander, they might have thought someone struck me.

And then, there's the possible confusion with rapt! The mind boggles.

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Old 17-11-2014, 04:03   #32
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Re: Sailing Terms and Commands as We Hear Them

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Only damn post I understand on this thread. Except the. 'Blow a guy' comment, which for the life of me I can't see what it's git to do with this thread.
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How about, "stand by; I had a wrap."

From me today to Jim, relative to lowering the dinghy onto the deck, but to a bystander, they might have thought someone struck me.

And then, there's the possible confusion with rapt! The mind boggles.

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What are you doing? Eating a wrap (sandwich)?

Was it chicken or veggie wrap you had?

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