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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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The curriculum will revolve around the concept of exploration as another word for learning, and will depend on close teamwork and mastering the efficient use of supplies. The many interrelated areas of study include marine and atmospheric sciences, satellite communications, celestial navigation, computer technology, sailboat repair and maintenance, nutrition, gardening, health, physical education, geography, oceanography, math, world history, languages, psychology and space-analogous environments.
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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..

Brenda

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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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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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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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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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