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On Kanau the rule is BOAT SHOES ONLY. Boat bras, boat panties, boat hats, boat skirts, boat blouses I suppose might be okay - but they don't seem to be sold anywhere. So we just do without - saves on laundry, makes the voyage much more interesting, and hey, our choice of anchorages!

Alright, I confess we put stuff back on when we're within eyeshot of others - but on board it's usually just the two of us, and we've got a bimini that covers the whole cockpit to keep the sun off the more tender regions. We hate those pesky tan lines.

I can't believe there are so many conservative sailors. Wind is free, sunshine is free. And I have always felt that if God intended us to be naked we would have been born that way.
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well i must say i need to visit the female section of this site more often ( i hearby rename this smilely eyes wide open )

as for my wife, she goes with out
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We grew up in the 60s and 70s, they were burned long ago.
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This thread just keeps getting better and better...
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See what you started here, Denise? Geez Louise, what next?

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Hey Denise,
I'm working on a manual on how to store paper clips at the office. Some people keep them in a small box in their desk, while other people like to put them in a decorative bowl. Other people just leave them in the desk drawer! Anyway, long story short, my paper clip storage manual is about 300 or so pages right now and frankly, some of the feedback I"ve gotten suggests that it's a bit.... boring. Seeing how you're a marketing genius, I thought I'd ask you how I might spice it up a bit. Any suggestions?
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On Kanau the rule is BOAT SHOES ONLY. Boat bras, boat panties, boat hats, boat skirts, boat blouses I suppose might be okay - but they don't seem to be sold anywhere. So we just do without - saves on laundry, makes the voyage much more interesting, and hey, our choice of anchorages!

Alright, I confess we put stuff back on when we're within eyeshot of others - but on board it's usually just the two of us, and we've got a bimini that covers the whole cockpit to keep the sun off the more tender regions. We hate those pesky tan lines.

I can't believe there are so many conservative sailors. Wind is free, sunshine is free. And I have always felt that if God intended us to be naked we would have been born that way.


I certainly understand!!!!!

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