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Well, I read through this early in 2013 as I was finalizing my divorce and planning to move aboard, with great interest. I'm happy to report just a short time into living aboard a Catalina 42 in Southern California, that sex on a boat is loud and rocking and wonderful.
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Well, I read through this early in 2013 as I was finalizing my divorce and planning to move aboard, with great interest. I'm happy to report just a short time into living aboard a Catalina 42 in Southern California, that sex on a boat is loud and rocking and wonderful.
Which begs the question: Were you by yourself??
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Well, I read through this early in 2013 as I was finalizing my divorce and planning to move aboard, with great interest. I'm happy to report just a short time into living aboard a Catalina 42 in Southern California, that sex on a boat is loud and rocking and wonderful.
I thought that was generally a Southern California thing, the boat being a minor detail.

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Just reading through this thread now - I think I found a quote for my signature!

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Dude, your freaking me out man. Do we have to draw you pictures?

OK here is a hint, nice gentle breeze blowing, boat nicely trimmed, Auto Pilot is engaged, no other boats in sight and plenty of open water all around you; your wife is out on the bow sunning herself.......... the next move is up to you.
I think that's how hurricane Ike started
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my ex used to talk dolphin......aa-aa aaa, I think I was doin' something wrong.
this brings to mind a joke i heard about doing it dolphin style.
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this brings to mind a joke i heard about doing it dolphin style.
Please tell us the tale.
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Tell it in 'jokes of the day' I'm tired of being the only one working that thread.
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I'm saying that many women look at a 30 foot sailboat the way that they'd look at a cramped RV- and say "no thanks".
never dated one of those. thankfully!
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Tell it in 'jokes of the day' I'm tired of being the only one working that thread.
i'm not too sure it would be allowed. it's dirty, of course. you could tell it without cursing but it might get censored. i ill try to post it, if you guys want to hear it. it's pretty funny but, better told in person.

what the heck. the worst that can hsappen is it could be censored, right?

it goes this way:

"have you ever had dolphin sex?"

"no. never heard of that."

" yeah. that's when you are doing it from behind and you try to sneak a bit of anal ( cleaned up for the site ) and the wife shakes her head back and forth saying," eh-eh eh-eh eh-eh"


normally, when telling that joke, you nod your head back and forth rapidly, mimicking a dolphin, and the eh-eh sound is like dolphins make. like i said, not as good written. but there it is. i'd put it in the joke of the day but it wouldn't be appropriate for a general audience. sorry Capt Len.

i tell you what, though, if i can think of a joke that's actually not dirty, i'll post one on the joke of the day thread. my humor tends to be "off color", as they used to say. a bit ribald. that's me. mix biker and sailor and, i suppose, you get pirate; with all the socially unacceptable humor that goes along with it. i'm great fun at parties. not so good at kids' parties, though.
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