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Santa IS real, sailhog can attest to that! He seems to get around as well, I guess milk and cookies just ain't cuttin it for him anymore. See how complicated the modern world has become? I renamed my boat last month, no ceremony, no prayers, no pledging my soul to Davy Jones, it's kinda more like a cowering kid hoping no one will notice.

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Santa IS real... I guess milk and cookies just ain't cuttin it for him anymore.
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You don't happen to own a funny red suit and a fake white beard, do you?
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No, but my EX wife does.

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Wow! Was she on Hilton Head Island on or around December 24, 2006?
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You don't happen to own a funny red suit and a fake white beard, do you?
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Fake beards look silly.
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Sweet sassymollassy, Goose, THAT IS FUNNY! Is this a stock photo, or did you just take it?
God I almost forgot -- stay away from my woman, you son of a bitch!
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ZZ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! my friend....now I understand...SHE's GOT LEGS !!!!!
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Not a stocker,, I took it at Christmas time to send to my Sis's kids.

The sun's comin' out fianlly, now I need to get some cheap sunglass'.....
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So it wasn't ZZ who was banging my wife... and it wasn't Santa... My wife said something about Chris Kringle having a footlong something or other...
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Bowsprit maybe ??? ...as long as she doesn't start referring to your boomkin... Anyway - back on topic - as we're supposed to make the effort apparently .... I offer the time-tested, fail safe method employed by folk of the Maritime persuasion when the inevitable renaming of the boat must occur.

As with most things in the Maritimes, it begins with a trip to the likker store. Then you go to the beer store. You buy as much as if your wife just won Lotto 649. Then you and the crew head down to the boat. Pull up a seat and start drinkin' serious, like your daughter just married her cousin or something...keep drinking, when you can't drink anymore, get a bucket and hurl a couple of times (no sharing of buckets please - we're a civilised bunch), and then get back to drinking some more. When you finally come to the next morning, you won't be able to remember the name of the boat, and are then free to call her anything you choose...
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