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Sex & Sailing

You have to read Unlikely passages by Reece Palley. I think it's still in print. It has the best description of sex & sailing I've ever read!!
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It's why i got an auopilot.
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Hey - if ya ain't got "crew", ya do what ya gotta do.
Not over the side I hope, you could end up in Davey Jone's locker!! (closet??)
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"A friend went sailing with his wife and his girlfriend on the same boat few years ago. (not good idea in the first place if you ask me)."

If the wife and the girlfriend are girlfriends, then it's no problem at all.
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"A friend went sailing with his wife and his girlfriend on the same boat few years ago. (not good idea in the first place if you ask me)."

If the wife and the girlfriend are girlfriends, then it's no problem at all.
As long as they don't have you along just as a chauffeur!
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And Bene swings for the fences! Nice. I saw in new posts where some poor newbie glassed over his seacock. That takes nerves of steel, man.

Woulda - DJ don't do lakes. He leaves that to his nephew Reginald. It's really humiliating.
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sex on a boat ???


You mean you're not supposed to...? Hmmm I thought he told me that was why the deck was made of fiberglass! Easier clean-up -n- no splinters! Cynsational...
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I was at a bar after a regatta, completely sloshed. As I staggered down the bar I passed two young know-it-all hot shot racing yuppies trying to impress a girl with their brave tales of the day's racing. I overheard one of the them saying "and the skipper yelled at me 'Blow the guy! Blow the guy!'", presumably talking about some spinnaker adventure. I drunkenly stepped in and interjected "Dude. Don't EVER blow the guy. NEVER." Then, to the young lady, "You don't want him blowing some guy, right?" She giggled, the two dudes threw me some hateful looks, and I laughed and continued on my merry way.

So, gentlemen, don't take any pride in "blowing the guy".
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