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We should all feel shame that it took 128 posts for someone to say "dinghy". And they weren't even putting it in proper context!!!
I'm not sure how I should take that comment.

Oh wait, I just got a PM regarding how to take it.
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Having spent 22 years at sea where sex is a no - no (US Navy), I personally am all for making up for lost time.
Catmarans rock less at anchor also you know - and just for Maine Sail :

Smooth bottoms are always less of a drag and therefore faster, I require one on my vessel.
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Smooth bottom. I require one on my vessel.
Now that's cutting to the chase. I usually make the same pronouncement when walking into a bar on lady's night. Mostly I get slapped.
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Smack,
If you want to get taken out for a sail now and then the skipper has to be happy with the performance.

Now if you've got yourself a fine vintage 70's 'do then you don't so much worry on performance, you've got the style thing going on.

I don't do the bar scene anyway, got tired of being offered the handicap stool at the end due to being too tall for my hair (bald).
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got tired of being offered the handicap stool at the end due to being too tall for my hair (bald).
That joke gets ALL the ladies.
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As long as they don't have you along just as a chauffeur!
Why ??
I like to Drive...
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Personally I think this one's the winner thus far. The mental imagery is just too much to bear with a straight face.
Yeah chicks sporting the retro look or "gypsy wedge" have no right to be in a bathing suit on a boat, at least my boat.. I don't get sea sick but that mental picture... well.... Ablative or better yet VC-17 totally smoooooth Teflon style....
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Just say no to the bikini bandito.
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It's more of an art than a skill but suffice to say it gets "sprayed" onto the thru-hull..
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