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Old 07-12-2007
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THere are an abudance of islands you land on with coconut trees. They are absolutely all over the place. Those things fall from the sky with a considerable punch... and if they hit you in the head, you gona be hurting, in the hospital, or dead. I always love the signs that say: Watch out for Falling Coconuts. Yeah, right. Sorry Boys, by the time you know it is going to hit you, you better get a bag of ice and some aspirin.

That being aside, I often see the unwary couple enjoying a nice fresh coconut on the beach... watching the water come in... the waves lapping at the shore... ahh, such is love. I just hope the boat has two heads or the true test of a gentleman will come to fruition.

And I always wondered why the repopulation of coconut trees is sposored by the International Divorce Lawyers Association...

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