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Introducing me, new sailor from the Pampas !

Hi you All,

Just to introduce me, I am new in this forum, I have been reading some of you and would be glad if you make me some room, in spite of my english.
Guess that, although the distance and languages separate us, definetly we have the love for SAILING in common.

This is a very big forum with a lot of sailors and a lot of things to read and learn. I really hope I can contribute with something soon !

My nick is CABRON as my boat´s name (stands for angry/furious man, I had no choice and I could not change it, now I love it), Sloop 26 Foot, and we ride the RIO DE LA PLATA waters in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I am in my late thirties or should I say soon 40s, 3 kids and waiting for every w-end to have time and take to a ride the flora of my hull !

Whenever you need something from here, some data, contact or whatever, just let me know !

See you !
Cabron

PS; be patient till I learn how to use, this new tool !
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Cabron,
It's about time that you joined up! Welcome!
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La recepción al tablero, allí es muchos de información valiosa y alguna gente agradable, no es trastornada por los troublemakers del occassional. Mi español es muy pobre y utilicé un traductor en línea llamado Babelfish para escribir esto. Si usted tiene la dificultad con algo dijo que aquí puede ayudarle a leerlo en español también. Besides sometimes I can't understand some of the guys from OZ and we're all speakin' english, I think.
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Holla Cabron, yo soy de Portugal, Y aqui Cabron es un hombre que tiene cuernos, quier decir es un hombre que tiene una mujer que duerme con otros hombres...

Espero que aí sea diferente. Bien venido a Sailnet.
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Oh yeah, well I can speak spanish:

Donde estas el bano.

For those of you that do not speak Spanish, it mean I am a dumb tourist american who would like to take a crap in your restaurant for free because I drank your water and am about to make a mess right here in front of the bar so you better hurry.

Donde estas el bano is quicker and has the same effect, given the right tone and inflection.

Think I have ever been to Mexico?? (smile)

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Oh yeah, well I can speak spanish:

Donde estas el bano.

For those of you that do not speak Spanish, it mean I am a dumb tourist american who would like to take a crap in your restaurant for free because I drank your water and am about to make a mess right here in front of the bar so you better hurry.

Donde estas el bano is quicker and has the same effect, given the right tone and inflection.

Think I have ever been to Mexico?? (smile)

- CD
Ahhh yes yes yes...we know how good you are at soiling yourself!!!

CD let me teach how to ask for directions to the nearest bar.

You say:

Señor, yo soy un pendejo maricon y me gusta much hacer amor con hombres, quieres venir a my casa?

That will get you in a lot of nice places and get a beer.
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