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Re: What kind of weapon to keep aboard my new dinghy?

Worried about chicks, eh? Take this along:

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Fly a rainbow ensign.
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Fly a rainbow ensign.
With the appropriate banana hammock.
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With the appropriate banana hammock.
that is assuming all the chicks are really chicks....
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A "Will work for food " or you could hire my ex
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that is assuming all the chicks are really chicks....
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What, you think Blackbeard is lurking off the California coast, looking for aging 27-foot sailboats to raid?"
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Re: What kind of weapon to keep aboard my new dinghy?

If you are lucky, you will get mauled by a 50-something California cougar with brown skin looking like my old sail cover. In that case, all the rules from Zombieland apply, especially the cardio workout, and double tap.
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Just a fresh coat of zinc oxide oughta do it.
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Re: What kind of weapon to keep aboard my new dinghy?

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Just quit bathing when you head south. By the time you get there, attacks by women shouldn't be a problem.
That brought to mind a little shanty I read somewhere a long time ago:

The sailor never shaves his beard.
He rarely bathes as well.
If there's a girl in any port,
She has no sense of smell!

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