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Now just tell me you couldn't be creative with a setup like this Chall!

Cam you've been holding out on us! Wow.

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There is something else to be learned from this picture......

Confucius had a saying 'Man who is endowed with BIG mast has no need for a BIG widescreen'.


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Cam you've been holding out on us! Wow.
Confucious also say: "A man with a layout like that who doesn't get lucky has bigger problems"

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Now just tell me you couldn't be creative with a setup like this Chall!

Now I also know what my Grandma mean't when she told me that if I polished my pole too much I would go blind.

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I really doesn't matter, I'll be getting it non-stop regardless anyway.
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I really doesn't matter, I'll be getting it non-stop regardless anyway.
Most excellent.

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What is all the hooha.Sex on a boat is the same anywhere else except the stress of everyday life is gone.
You are alone in a quiet anchorage on the foredeck and #### a helicopter flys above you.
Whatever make the best of all that life throws at you.Live it to the full!!!
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is your teak varnished or oil rubbed ??
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is your teak varnished or oil rubbed ??
I don't get it

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