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"shroud lackey" = Asian for "your rig is under tensioned" plus there are some other interpretations that are interesting. Who wouldn't want to have a lackey on board unless they were lax in their duties and slacking off on their main bilge watches? Anchor watches are for sissies and crabs. Can you imagine a Rolex on a blue crab?
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Drop a deuce in the port and tell them its a fish
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Drop a deuce in the port and tell them its a fish
That's so wasteful! I plumbed my desalinator into the head, so I recycle all of my body wastes. Think of all the nice water you could get out of that tossed turd!
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that is just sick. U need a tic tac
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Woah, woah, woah...I call BS on this one. There's no such thing as a "shroud lackey".
Well, SD, what the hell DO you call that guy who winds the cloth around the corpse before burial????

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