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boatman61 20-01-2018 06:28

Re: Single Men Living Aboard and Cruising... an honest look.
 
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Originally Posted by weavis (Post 2559388)

It amazes me that anyone in this day and age can find common ground...

:wink:

That's when ya moves onto a boat.. single use plastics create unity.. :whistling:

wolfgal 20-01-2018 06:32

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Originally Posted by weavis (Post 2559388)
Ok... its not mine... Mine is smaller.

Weird. When I wrote that I felt a wave of diminished masculinity. :trash:

It amazes me that anyone in this day and age can find common ground...

:wink:


Weavis, you do not know a few things... When a guy has to have big toys, that's when women ask themselves if he is making up for diminished masculinity.

and besides, that boat has no class at all!

beyond this, some women (with long hair) are proud of not requiring hairdryers!

weavis 20-01-2018 06:37

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Originally Posted by Chichi (Post 2559397)
Weavis, you do not know a few things... When a guy has to have big toys, that's when women ask themselves if he is making up for diminished masculinity.

and besides, that boat has no class at all!

beyond this, some women (with long hair) are proud of not requiring hairdryers!

Im sure if I read this several times and examine it carefully.... I will still think/know that a woman would appreciate utter luxury on board a vessel if it can be afforded.

Long hair is nice. Short hair is nice also.

Where am I going with this? Oh yes, the super mercado to buy some food.

Olddan1943 20-01-2018 06:38

Re: Single Men Living Aboard and Cruising... an honest look.
 
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Originally Posted by weavis (Post 2559388)
Ok... its not mine... Mine is smaller.

Weird. When I wrote that I felt a wave of diminished masculinity. :trash:

It amazes me that anyone in this day and age can find common ground...

:wink:

LOL, you had 50 resumes from women wanting to "crew" on your boat?

weavis 20-01-2018 06:40

Re: Single Men Living Aboard and Cruising... an honest look.
 
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Originally Posted by Olddan1943 (Post 2559401)
LOL, you had 50 resumes from women wanting to "crew" on your boat?

I think when the women look and see rowlocks.... the desire to crew diminishes...

I just put one new on last week as well!

No sense of adventure...:peace:

wolfgal 20-01-2018 06:53

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Originally Posted by weavis (Post 2559400)
Im sure if I read this several times and examine it carefully.... I will still think/know that a woman would appreciate utter luxury on board a vessel if it can be afforded.

Long hair is nice. Short hair is nice also.

Where am I going with this? Oh yes, the super mercado to buy some food.

i find women very attractive, usually. some women are incredible, simply incredible, in so many beautiful ways. i could look at women all day! but those who are attracted to the lifestyle on that kind of boat are simply less beautiful to me... unless they were aboard as waitresses or laundry maids or whatever... i think i kinda disrespect women who are impressed by money in this-rather-unclear way... pardon me, i'm not finding my words, am lacking vocabulary/lucidity today...

oh yes, mind you, the hair description was included to ward off any bald women jokes that may have ensued... ahem, i.e., no flirt intended. (besides, you already have all those old flames to meet, and this, before you courageously ask the gals on here to drop by with their IP's ... :big grin: (please take this with a kind smile)

as for your attempt to POSSIBLY (romantic assumptions are fun, granted) tempt me into asking what the IP is cooking now, i admit that i'm outright hungry and am even feeling a bit light-headed, had a banana for lunch. i think there are some cashews around here somewhere... but hey, i do not have a problem keeping my weight down either!

bon appetite!

wolfgal 20-01-2018 06:56

Re: Single Men Living Aboard and Cruising... an honest look.
 
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Originally Posted by Olddan1943 (Post 2559401)
LOL, you had 50 resumes from women wanting to "crew" on your boat?

if i was a guy with a boat like that... geez no wonder powerful (loaded) men look down at women! i probably would be tempted as well...

no thanks, there's nothing on that boat that i'd like to have or experience

Al B 20-01-2018 06:57

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WANT FEMALE COMPANY THAT WONT GIVE YOU A HASSEL


GET A DOG

weavis 20-01-2018 06:57

Re: Single Men Living Aboard and Cruising... an honest look.
 
IP is resting.
I have Pizza in the oven..

wolfgal 20-01-2018 07:01

Re: Single Men Living Aboard and Cruising... an honest look.
 
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Originally Posted by Al B (Post 2559412)
WANT FEMALE COMPANY THAT WONT GIVE YOU A HASSEL


GET A DOG


ooops, you'd best read this thread from start to finish before you bring up the wonderful idea of getting a dog...


-----please know that i'm saying this in a really, really nice way-----


:flowers:

boatman61 20-01-2018 07:11

Re: Single Men Living Aboard and Cruising... an honest look.
 
Oh I don't know.. hung out with a lady in Oriental for a while.. order of priorities were.. Dog, Jeep.. then me.. :biggrin:

Olddan1943 20-01-2018 07:13

Re: Single Men Living Aboard and Cruising... an honest look.
 
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Originally Posted by boatman61 (Post 2559423)
Oh I don't know.. hung out with a lady in Oriental for a while.. order of priorities were.. Dog, Jeep.. then me.. :biggrin:

Seems reasonable. At least you made the list.

wolfgal 20-01-2018 07:16

Re: Single Men Living Aboard and Cruising... an honest look.
 
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Originally Posted by boatman61 (Post 2559423)
Oh I don't know.. hung out with a lady in Oriental for a while.. order of priorities were.. Dog, Jeep.. then me.. :biggrin:

somehow Boatie, i seriously doubt that... :smile:

boatman61 20-01-2018 07:26

Re: Single Men Living Aboard and Cruising... an honest look.
 
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Originally Posted by Olddan1943 (Post 2559424)
Seems reasonable. At least you made the list.

Hey.. no complaints here.. casting off the lines and heading for Europe involved zero trauma.. :thumb:

lancelot9898 20-01-2018 07:38

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I come over to this thread and read it occasionally since I'm living aboard and have been single for the last year and a half. No desire to remain single, but I'll tell you it's difficult finding a quality woman seeking an "adventure" and maybe more. I'm on match.com(lancelot9898) so you can look up my 4000 word profile along with 25 photos for any sailing woman here who might be interested.


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