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Haha, I have no problem with this thread being deleted. I'm a guy! And I'm not 18! And I'm not gay! I've gotten a handful of PMs asking to take me up on this prank crew wanted
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I'm still laughing at "Bravo Juliet".
I thought that's what Romeo said after the deed.

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I thought that's what Romeo said after the deed.
I see where you are going with this Smack...

It started with Golf at an officers club, where all the men were in Uniform. She selected Romeo, the group's Alpha male, from amongst Charlie, Mike, Oscar and the caddy, Victor. He was built like a Zulu warrior and he spotted her Sierras through her jacket like he had X-ray vision. They talked about their home towns, Lima and Quebec. Her laughter Echoed his. Later came a Kilo of Whiskey, a Foxtrot, and a Tango. They had a Yankee wedding the next November, her Papa giving her away. They honeymooned in a Hotel on a river Delta in India, where he finally said Bravo Juliet.

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I see where you are going with this Smack...

It started with Golf at an officers club, where all the men were in Uniform. She selected Romeo, the group's Alpha male, from amongst Charlie, Mike, Oscar and the caddy, Victor. He was built like a Zulu warrior and he spotted her Sierras through her jacket like he had X-ray vision. They talked about their home towns, Lima and Quebec. Her laughter Echoed his. Later came a Kilo of Whiskey, a Foxtrot, and a Tango. They had a Yankee wedding the next November, her Papa giving her away. They honeymooned in a Hotel on a river Delta in India, where he finally said Bravo Juliet.

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Freakin' brilliant. Well played my good man.

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I see where you are going with this Smack...

It started with Golf at an officers club, where all the men were in Uniform. She selected Romeo, the group's Alpha male, from amongst Charlie, Mike, Oscar and the caddy, Victor. He was built like a Zulu warrior and he spotted her Sierras through her jacket like he had X-ray vision. They talked about their home towns, Lima and Quebec. Her laughter Echoed his. Later came a Kilo of Whiskey, a Foxtrot, and a Tango. They had a Yankee wedding the next November, her Papa giving her away. They honeymooned in a Hotel on a river Delta in India, where he finally said Bravo Juliet.
.... stupid 500 character signature limit. I would own that for a signature quote in a heartbeat. That's the best thing I've ever read on any forum anywhere.

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Hey Cruisingdad,

I was just asking sailingdog on another post if we couldn't eliminate some of these, either really old, or clearly pranks, to help clean up the clutter.

Don't get me wrong, I'm sure there are plenty of guys out there looking for an 18 year old to sail around the world with, but now that we know it was just "one of the guys"...just a thought.

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Not that I mind cleaning it up, and maybe we will, but once you go down the path of what does and doesn't fit into the forum, you get yourself REALLY busy and deal with a bunch of grumps who dissagree.. etc. Besdides, fuss at Pollard for not removing this thing right from teh start. Its all his fault, somehow. I just know it.

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This thread HAS to be preserved purely for Bene's epic throwdown. That's hall of fame stuff.

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