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02-28-2008 10:11 AM
T34C
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Originally Posted by bestfriend View Post
Sorry I missed you guys. Glad you made it out the gate and had a decent sail. I thought "Fosters" was Australian for "piss".
Piss IS Australian for beer.
02-27-2008 03:07 PM
GySgt
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Originally Posted by TrueBlue View Post
Mine's a single L dawg - and it fits me just fine . . . actually needs to shrink a bit.
Wish I had that problem.

Simon and I go out tomorrow to see the Maxi Cat come in, think I will bring Dos XX or Bohemia, so he can taste some real piss beer.
02-27-2008 01:27 PM
TrueBlue Mine's a single L dawg - and it fits me just fine . . . actually needs to shrink a bit.
02-27-2008 01:23 PM
sailingdog Didn't you get a shirt??? Besides, mine wouldn't fit you...it's not an XXXL...
02-27-2008 01:17 PM
TrueBlue
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I might just have to look for a good newport ri t-shirt for you for next christmas. I bet I can find a really wild one for you.
Nah, just send me your SailNet T-shirt instead, I could use another product demo backdrop.
02-27-2008 01:13 PM
sailingdog I might just have to look for a good newport ri t-shirt for you for next christmas. I bet I can find a really wild one for you.
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In contrast to the thousands of tourists who visit each week, I have never owned a Newport, R.I. T-shirt . . . and I'm from there.

Some things are better tolerated if simply ignored - especially piss-beer.
02-27-2008 12:47 PM
TrueBlue
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Probaby why Simon's never had the beer, even though he's from Oz.
In contrast to the thousands of tourists who visit each week, I have never owned a Newport, R.I. T-shirt . . . and I'm from there.

Some things are better tolerated if simply ignored - especially piss-beer.
02-27-2008 12:22 PM
sailingdog Probaby why Simon's never had the beer, even though he's from Oz.
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Sorry I missed you guys. Glad you made it out the gate and had a decent sail. I thought "Fosters" was Australian for "piss".
02-27-2008 12:02 PM
chucklesR I thought the Fosters made in texas was made using water that had run off through the sheep farms. Isn't that what EL PASO means (passed, and in this case - passed by sheep).

Just like any other beer, sheep piss is sheep piss no matter what color the can it comes in.

Good Pics - thanks for sharing
02-27-2008 11:18 AM
bestfriend Sorry I missed you guys. Glad you made it out the gate and had a decent sail. I thought "Fosters" was Australian for "piss".
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