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A wise old salt once told me. "your main sheet is your best friend"
That wise old salt doesn't know "leadhead"....that's a good bestfriend...

the sheet controls one aspect of the sail
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TB what type of clutch is shi-tzu clutch?? I googled and only got weird looking dogs....

your baot had a clutch? what for?
Another one of those multi-meaning english words Giu. "A clutch" may be found in a transmission, but "to clutch" is to embrace something . . . such as her little shi-tzu lap-dog.

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ahhh yes...I "clutch" my lap-top now, too....

She wasn't affraid of getting the laptop wet???

Why did she hold on to the laptop???
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I'm sure you're just busting my balls.

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Steve...you know I am...I love to have good inteligent clean joking with friends..

Good clean inteligent humour is for me, by far, much better than average "normal" humour...

That's why I like the Monthy Python, and can't stand Mencia, or other excuses for commedians...
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You mean

Mop Dog.

Blue, just kidding.
My Mother-in-law has a Shi-tzu and I tease her and call him the Mop Dog.
Just attach a broom handle and you have a good mop.

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That's why I like the Monthy Python, and can't stand Mencia, or other excuses for commedians...
Mencia is some funny stuff.
What country do you come from?

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Mop Dog.
Yep - mopdog is right, and that's her "summer cut". The hair's so long now, it really does make her look like a mop. Lifted up what I thought was her ear the other day and saw her bung-hole.

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I have a giant mop dog....dumber than a NY city traffic light...

he doesn't allow the broom stick insert...bites back...

Joel doesn't know yet...but he's sleeping with Benny here


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