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You guys are missing the romance of sailing and being contained in a tubular enclosure with a woman with no place to run. Do it for them. Starting with hot towels, hot water from the engine, I wrap her legs and let sit. Then using peach flavored "Skintimate" moisturizing gel, gently stroke her legs with a Gillette "good news" razor til all the offending ruff is removed, this is followed by massaging in "Suave" skin treatment Cocoa Butter to soften the skin and prevent razor burn.

For bikini waxes, I . . . but that's another story.
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Mind you, Ian is also the one recommending satin sheets on a boat... I hope that he's got some decent lee cloths made up... or the first swell will leave you dumped off the berth.
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I always mix 20% Nair into the suntan lotion.... since I refuse to wear the stuff... works out great with them women
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Dog, in a Hardin 45 we don't know what lee cloths are as the aft cabin measures 13X12 with the bed athwartships, lottsa room to roll around in (too many maritinias) , and mind you, I didn't recommend them, I simply mentioned some of the problems with dragging the laundry over the side. But, Satin sheets sure are coooool.
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You guys are missing the romance of sailing and being contained in a tubular enclosure with a woman with no place to run. Do it for them. Starting with hot towels, hot water from the engine, I wrap her legs and let sit. Then using peach flavored "Skintimate" moisturizing gel, gently stroke her legs with a Gillette "good news" razor til all the offending ruff is removed, this is followed by massaging in "Suave" skin treatment Cocoa Butter to soften the skin and prevent razor burn.

For bikini waxes, I . . . but that's another story.
There is no fooling us Ian, you are full of crap.
I don't believe a word of it. The only reason you have women on board is because you promise them a rewarding modeling career, than they take their clothes off, you snap a couple of photos, and its off to do the dirty dance.
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