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Try the head in my Lancer 25. You need the skills of a cosmonaut for that docking maneuver. And if you're just whizzing, you're on inertial guidance because you can't see a thing. You're elbows out of the hatch. Reminds me of a Panzer only nobody is shooting back.
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Gatorade Bottles

Gatorade bottles are considered small , detergent bottles with the pouring spout removed are medium, normal fellas use wide mouth mason jars. What state are you from?
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I'm really puzzled here. The head is for sitting down. The leeward side of the deck is for standing up. What's the problem?
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Great, finding a female companion to sail in a tiny sailboat is hard enough Now, I need to find someone petite with small hands This is an impossible task since they all become BBW.
If your alone why are you using the head anyway. Direct deposit that Shiezit!
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