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The sailing club in our town needs to rethink their trophies

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Re: The sailing club in our town needs to rethink their trophies

Whoa, too funny. I'm not even going to touch this one Right up there with the Anthony Wiener jokes.
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Re: The sailing club in our town needs to rethink their trophies

Oh MY! It's "The Little Mermaid" cover all over again! I wonder if there was any stiff competition.
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Re: The sailing club in our town needs to rethink their trophies

No words needed for this one...

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Re: The sailing club in our town needs to rethink their trophies

The little boy at the bottom right will probably not enjoy the experience.
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Re: The sailing club in our town needs to rethink their trophies

I don't see a problem.
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Re: The sailing club in our town needs to rethink their trophies

There's a small key in the Florida Bay named like the trophies.
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Send that to Jay Leno
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Re: The sailing club in our town needs to rethink their trophies

At least they are all smiling.
Looks like something from the 1970's.
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