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Ouch! Jackdale, I suppose one can get hit anywhere ... but, ouch! (Do the guys wear jock straps, I wonder? Or those little plastic cups that, you know, prevent injury?) I'm usually more concerned about tan lines, when out sailing, but I agree with WinterRiver that a good sports bra dries out quickly. Personally I don't care for underwire, but Linda, you sure got me thinking....
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"Marine grade" underwire?
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"Marine grade" underwire?
I would recommend SS316 for maximum corrosion resistance, 304 would be a little stronger, what kind of load rating are we talking about here
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.... Or those little plastic cups that, you know, prevent injury?....
Little? LITTLE??? Real sailors don't wear cups. And, if we did, they sure as hell wouldn't be little. Our balls are so damn big, a five gallon bucket would barely be adequate.
Hell, my balls are so big, James Cameron takes their call.
In fact....
My balls are so big, Chuck Norris wishes he was my balls.
My balls are so big, China owes my balls.
My balls are so big, Sarah Palin can see Russia from atop them.
My balls are so big, 800 sherpas are employed guiding climbers to the summit.
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i do alot. i enjoy the freedom lol
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All i have to say...



Pardon me ladies, I could only hold back so long.
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Pardon me ladies, I could only hold back so long.
Sorry,

Post 24 had that quote, but not the emicons!
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emicons

I really think they add a lot.

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Post 24 had that quote, but not the emicons!
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SOOOOORRRRRRRYYYYY!

The emicons add nothing....

actual pics on the other hand...........

Not to say we are not equal opportunity folks look for a Weiner sighting at your local web site!:R:R:R:R:R:R

I did not type that, I did not type that...........
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What do you mean not pictures? Everytime this thread sits on the top of the queque a Victoria Secrets add pops up in the panel to the left. The internet is watching you (us).
Denise, did you really start this thread?
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