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Saw 'em also, I did! On a girls neck in Wal Mart.

LOL....Was her name Monica??
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Aye mate, and she were lookin' fer a Portagee capt'n name o' Giu.
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It's Squidzilla

Up from the depths,
30 stories high,
Breathing fire
His head in the sky
SQUIDZILLA!
SQUIDZILLA!
SQUIDZILLA!
... and ... squidzuki ... dodo do dododo ...

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I saw one on tv when i was a kid
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You can get your Squidzilla hooks on ebay:

New Squidzilla™ Squid Hooks - Large Size - by Juicy Jigs™ Tackle Company.
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Clearly, they're boobs!
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PART I

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Originally Posted by labatt
Giu - since you like Mac's so much - do you know where Shigeo Kitano might find a good one?
What is it with you guys???

I didn't say I liked them so much...I said that if I had to choose between a Mac (*) and not sailing, I'll take the Mac (*). It serves a purpose...and I understand those who buy them...that's all.



(*) Disclaimer: The mention of Macgreggor crafts, by the writer of this post, his family and associations, does not imply his dislike for such vessel. The poster hereby disclaims any possible remark arriving form the misinterpretation of this post, and reserves the right to dispute in an European Union court of law.
Furthermore, the use of the word Mac, was only used to imply a fast vessel on water, moved by internal combustion engine, or by kinetic application of cold moving masses of air.
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Aye mate, and she were lookin' fer a Portagee capt'n name o' Giu.
Yep, she was....women can never forget a real Portuguese....easily forget an American

The marks on her neck, are where I had the suction cups GOOD TOOL for better "hull grip" while cleaning her hull....

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I heard tell by thems what knows that TBS wants to put a bunch of little lighted ones all over Boston in some sort o go-rilla ad campaign for Sponge Bob, Square Pants!

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This was actually a pretty cool story. First squid attack on a yacht that I've heard of.

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it is possible dolphins are attracted to the hum of my folks autopilot and so little is known about squid that it may have thought the electronic noise was lunch. and they do get rather large but the marks are more like the octopuss not squid squid have hooks on their suckers octopi dont.
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for now i shall reserve judgement

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