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Happy Christmas from Wombat Manor.

Christmas Eve for us. A jolly old bah humbug from me to you all. Hope old Santy Claws brings you what you wish for and if the old bugger doesn't come through may you be able to put on a brave face.

Sailhog is bound to be disappointed......Tiger Woods having taken care of most of the available trollops.

Cheers to you all.

Wombat and Wombet both.

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Yours will be over before ours begins! Happy Christmas to you both and have a great cruise!
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When did Christmas go from being MERRY to being HAPPY?

Merry Christmas and best wishes for the new year to all the gnarly sailors and their love ones.
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Now that term brings to mind high walls, maids, chauffers, and a smoking jacket.......lol MERRY CHRISTMAS........i2f
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Merry Christmas to all you filthy street walkers.

Just saw an add for a new E.D. pill.... so it goes: "Tiagra": Sometimes 18 holes just isn't enough!
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Happy Holidays, Mr. Wombat, and the same to all our Sailnet members too.

Folks,

I and I suspect my fellow moderators will not be as readily available during the coming week. Hopefully we'll have sporadic coverage, but please have patience if things aren't always running up to snuff. Thanks for your understanding.

Have a safe Holiday and a Happy New Year! - JRP
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I and I suspect my fellow moderators will not be as readily available during the coming week. Hopefully we'll have sporadic coverage, but please have patience if things aren't always running up to snuff. Thanks for your understanding.
No worries JRP. You guys go relax and have some fun. I got this.
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