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Great thread ! No practical experience yet but I would imagine without would be my style as I hate the thing with a passion.

Passing Margaritas? Now there is an idea. Something I can train for already....
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Well, I ONLY wear my bra when I am on the boat. And far enough out of the harbor to be sure the other guys can't see me.

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Talking Braless?...........

On our boat, if we are way out from shore, we sail NUDE! It's really fun and feels so different. (Remember: our boat is all women)!
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we sail NUDE! It's really fun and feels so different. (Remember: our boat is all women)!
Except for that one guy in the UPS uniform, who dropped by to deliver a package....
Chicka bow, chicka bow bow....
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Our boat is always clothing optional, and we carry lots of sunscreen.

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Except for that one guy in the UPS uniform, who dropped by to deliver a package....
Chicka bow, chicka bow bow....
How could he deliver a package at sea when we don't use UPS?

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Is that your participle dangling, or are you just unhappy to see me?
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i always sail bra-less. heck often shirtless!

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