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Old 10-17-2012   #50
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Re: how do i make it warm

Originally Posted by Captainmeme View Post
Slightly off topic but necessary info:

"Women tend to be more expensive.
A good Lab will dive into frigid water to fetch a stick, haven't met a girl yet who will do that for me. "

A good test is to lock both the woman and the dog in the car trunk for a few hours. When you open the trunk note which one is happy to see you. Keep that one.

If you are going to burn stuff in the cabin to keep warm get either a carny bird or a CO monitor. You don't want to wake up stiff.
You prefer the company of a companion dense enough to jump into cold water to fetch a stick, over someone with a brain bigger than a golf ball?
You prefer the company of a partner dense enough to be happy to see you after you have locked her in a trunk for two days?
Intellectually challenging!
You prefer have your intellectual conversations with an animal who cant dispute what you are saying?
That's cheatin!
Does your dog ever cook you breakfast, brew a cuppa coffee for you when you come in from the cold, take the helm while you do a sail change, help you reef, wash your clothes, stand watch while you get a bit of sleep, help you get the anchor up on a stormy night, and help you shop?
Wow , smart dog!
Does your dog ever release your frustrations when you get feelin passionate in your bunk?
Now that's creepy!
Brent Swain, Boat designer, Builder, and author of "Origami Metal Boatbuilding"

Last edited by Brent Swain; 10-17-2012 at 06:28 PM.
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