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Are you serious? Clearly they jsut have a simple condition known by doctors everywhere as The Crazies. I couldn't spend that much time on a boat with a 23 year old girl and I'm 25. Not that it wouldn't be fun for a few days but seriously. The sexual gratification wouldn't outweigh the......well all the other b.s. Better to take a thousand 23 year olds out for one day than one 23 year out for 1000.

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Bwalker,
Are you serious? Clearly they jsut have a simple condition known by doctors everywhere as The Crazies. I couldn't spend that much time on a boat with a 23 year old girl and I'm 25. Not that it wouldn't be fun for a few days but seriously. The sexual gratification wouldn't outweigh the......well all the other b.s. Better to take a thousand 23 year olds out for one day than one 23 year out for 1000.

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Of course I'm serious.
He wants her there.. she wants to be there.. what ever her motives are.


(Quite frankly this would be more than enough incentive for me;

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I say it depends on the man, and depends on the woman...

I can't help but to wonder how much chocolate and wine he has on board.
LMAO And if she understands "What a man means when he says..."

However I'm 46 (yes my pic is recent, less than 3 wks) and Life is just beginning!!!

I absolutely understand why a 25 y/o guy would want to take 1000 23 y/o out in one day..

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I agree with Sea Angel. If you have the right person, being together for that much time isn't a problem.

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"don't you have somewhere you need to go today?"

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I agree with Sea Angel. If you have the right person, being together for that much time isn't a problem.
Too true young pup and soulmate is a damn sight more important than a mere bit of crumpet but I still find the 70:23 ratio a tad dodgey. Anywho {shrugs shoulders} it's all horses for courses after all.

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TDW-

The ratio is 55 to 23.. not 70 to 23... still a bit dodgy...but a bit more reasonable. From the news article.

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But together, 55-year-old Reid Stowe and his 23-year-old girlfriend, Soanya Ahmad, embarked Saturday on a voyage that they intend to take them three times around the globe and last 1,000 days and nights — nonstop, with no port calls for supplies or a walk on solid ground.

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TDW...what is the 70/23 ratio you are referring to? Wombats to people?? (G)
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TDW...what is the 70/23 ratio you are referring to? Wombats to people?? (G)
Age I think. But he's wrong... the age ratio is 55:23.

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TDW...what is the 70/23 ratio you are referring to? Wombats to people?? (G)
Whoops. 70 was the size of the boat, wasn't it ? . Duh !! Silly Wombat ! 55:23 still gives me the heebie jeebies though. At least for a thousand and one nights.

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Fluffy, have you noticed all the Aussies that are signing on to sailnet. We may have a chance at domination. Mmmoooaaa mmmoooaa then world domination.
Fluffy inbloodydeed !


Yep, I have noticed a rather disturbing trend in that regard.


Oh well, they allow all sorts of odd bods in here so why not us ?

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