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bubb2 has a spectacular aura about bubb2 has a spectacular aura about bubb2 has a spectacular aura about
Knowing that Giu is coming to Chicago in January and expecting to go sailing with Sway and Tjk. I can't wait to see the pictures of the manly man French flowered foul weather gear.
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Man, the Eurpies' BFS standings just plummeted. Next thing those guys will be using feathered boas as halyards.
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very funny indeed....

you guys are funny, dumb...but funny...
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the feather boa is never used as a halyard, they are suitable replacements for baggywrinkles. sheeesh, gui is right. such neanderthals
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Let's see if I've got this right.......To go sailing and be as cool as Gui I need....

Manly man sailing gloves......
Manly Man instruction book......
Manly Man aviator style sunglasses.......
Manly Man sailboat........
Very Kewl off into distance Manly Man stare......
Manly Man flowered sailing shorts.......
Manly Man sailing shoes.......
and My wifes permission????
You forget the KILT........
Get with the MANLY MAN program......Goes out to move Admirals stuff in whatused to be my barn to i can get my pickup in the door

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You forget the KILT........

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ok, so if I understand all this correctly I need to add....

Manly Man Feather Boar....
Manly Man Kilt.....
Manly Man french flowered foulies....
and My Manly Man testicles have to be big enough to anchor my boat in how deep of water?

Geesh...I was hoping my boat would go fast like Gui's. If I throw all this Manly Man crap on board the weight is going to slow me down.....(hmmmm...note to self...use testicles in place of keel...)
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Actually, we're actively working on the matter of getting the screaming Portagee on an iceboat! This effort serves a two fold purpose. First, it promises to be an absolute blast for the Portagee. Second, it should serve to shut him up about snow, winter, and all other matters climatic. Some wags have observed that it is also possibly the only thing in the world not either discovered or invented by the Portuguese as well. (g)
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Please gitter done Sway! I want to see pictures! Put a life jacket on him for that Ice boating!
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The portagees didn't invent the microchip or transistor... they're not too good with technology from what I've seen.
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