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fooling around...

I'm relatively new to this forum, but I thought I'd put forward a thread of stories about fooling around with your old lady after a long day of sailing. After all, that's what sailing is all about: dropping the hook, and talking your signifcant other into doing something they're really repulsed by. I don't know if this idea violates sailnet rules, and if it does we can talk about something else. I just get tired of talking about which boat is better, all the technical crap, how to trim a sail properly, blah, blah, blah...
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You must have this site confused with Lats and Atts.
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That's pretty funny... I was thinking someone could share a story that began like, "The sun was setting over the bay as I drunkenly approached her giant rear end from astern..."
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Bob hasta beat 'em off with a stick ... ya think they'd leave us old farts alone but naw, no such luck. Always wantin' something the younger guys ain't got ... sigh.

If you're looking for advice here, better put on your waders ...

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The regulars are not above a double entendre now and again, but I'm not sure on this one. You've broached the subject, so all you can do is see if it floats (pun intended).
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I'll bite...

I got her to do one of the most repulsive things you can imagine. She cleaned up in the head where I missed. I should have been sitting but that's not very manly!
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Good Lord ! I've yet to exhaust the list of things she doesn't find repulsive and I just know that deep down inside she has a total aversion to cleaning and scaling fish so I'll stick to doing what she likes. Which is not catching any fish, dammit !

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I once sneeked into a Catalina 27' that didn't belong to me and did it with my girlfriend 3 times, including the stern double berth on that particular model.

We played out the whole fantasy of : "I'm the captain you're the girl who needs a safe passage and has no money to pay for it so you're offering your body up as daily payment during the Ocean crossing "

It's good to mount many hand-holds inside of a boat for these kind of things, as when you're under-way, you'll both probably be standing most of the time, it's quicker and you don't get sea-sick because you can keep your eyes on the horizon.
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My wife is repulsed by sailing period. But she and I have a deal. She doesn't sail, and I don't quilt. See, we have it all worked out. (We're going on 36 years of marriage, so maybe my boat time is what keeps us together????)

And to answer another question I get some times, no, she does not have a sister.

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how repulsed would she be if she found out you are secretly quilting on the boat without her?!!!
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