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Dear, are you sloshing or is that high tide?
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Wel allright then, I will be proud. I just didn't know. Maybe I should change my moniker to CapnAFOC. Or maybe that's a bit lofty of me!
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"Thar She Blows!"
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Careful Santiago - there are varying interpretations of the AFOC moniker. Don't be suckered in.

Now - back to the topic at hand...

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Here do I vote on Sex? Behind the curtain? It's all good.
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Bubb - you have to take a poll.

Wait - that's not what I meant. Ahmm...
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Keep in mind that facing fore and aft will result in less boat movement, otherwise the mast will be a wigglin', at least for the small boats I can afford.
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My friend, a fellow liveaboard and an arrogant vocal ass went out to his boat with his female friend who is bi, his girlfriend who was curious, and 2 bottles of wine. Sounds good so far?
The next morning he had no wine, no girlfriend, his bi friend wouldn't talk to him, and he had a black eye.
As loud as he had always been, he wouldn't breath a word, not a single word about it, ever.
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long,long ago there was first heard the cry[thar she blows] and since then sailors have gone to sea
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My friend, a fellow liveaboard and an arrogant vocal ass went out to his boat with his female friend who is bi, his girlfriend who was curious, and 2 bottles of wine. Sounds good so far?
The next morning he had no wine, no girlfriend, his bi friend wouldn't talk to him, and he had a black eye.
As loud as he had always been, he wouldn't breath a word, not a single word about it, ever.
She was bi? Does that mean she also had a powerboat?
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