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Can someone explain what timely is about? I either have too little or too much of it...
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Sounds to me like mommy was itching to give somebody a good spanking. Sailnet provided the excuse.
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Fuzzy....shhhhh! we're trying for a timely death!
Of all the many and varied forms of carking it available that one would seem the most acceptable.

Sounds teddibly teddibly British. "I say old chap, seems like a timely moment to run down the curtain and join the choir invisubule what ?"
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Now you are just hurting my feelings go ahead and delete me too! HA!
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Sounds to me like mommy was itching to give somebody a good spanking. Sailnet provided the excuse.
Reluctantly, I'm going with exort on this one. Classic T.A. negative controlling parent / adapted child transaction. This young mans challenges have nothing to do with his boat's equipment and honing his sailing skills. Oh yeah, right, forgot, this thread should die. Sorry...
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Quite possible that he had a bad day too. All I ask, from now on, is that if you have a bad day - scream at Sailaway21. He enjoys it. Some comment about 'I love Hillary' really helps.

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