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11-25-2008 12:33 PM
PalmettoSailor
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Originally Posted by ianhlnd View Post
Ok, enough speculation, the three on the right, are the bicycle girls, the one on the far left, just a hitch hiker. Top center and right got off in La Paz, left and bottom center stayed to Mazatlan.
Doh! I only missed it by one guess!!!
11-25-2008 10:52 AM
sailingdog Ian-

You're getting close to a TMI violation here... If you really don't know what DOM and SSC are, I'll PM you with it..
11-25-2008 02:20 AM
ianhlnd Cpaul :
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"(I don't care how many of what type or hair. gurls on boats are better than hairly leg-ged guys on boats anyday)"
Damn right bubba!
11-25-2008 02:04 AM
ianhlnd Alex, that's what I thought too when I first saw all the iron, tongues, lips, nose, ears and other places one on either side and one below.

I did find out though there is a special something that some of those things are really good for.
11-25-2008 01:59 AM
ianhlnd Hey Jody, really, I am an old fart, heck, if you cut me in half, there'd be two old farts.
11-25-2008 01:51 AM
Faster
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....Ever swim naked in the moonlight with 3 girls? Kinda fun. Darn near stopped this old fart's heart...
OK Ian, you know how it works here in Sailnet - without pictures it didn't happen!
11-25-2008 01:47 AM
artbyjody
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Originally Posted by ianhlnd View Post
Ok, enough speculation, the three on the right, are the bicycle girls, the one on the far left, just a hitch hiker. Top center and right got off in La Paz, left and bottom center stayed to Mazatlan.

Ever swim naked in the moonlight with 3 girls? Kinda fun. Darn near stopped this old fart's heart.

What's DOM or SSC?

Obviously you must not be as old as you let on
11-25-2008 01:44 AM
ianhlnd Ok, enough speculation, the three on the right, are the bicycle girls, the one on the far left, just a hitch hiker. Top center and right got off in La Paz, left and bottom center stayed to Mazatlan.

Ever swim naked in the moonlight with 3 girls? Kinda fun. Darn near stopped this old fart's heart.

What's DOM or SSC? In respect to Dad's sensitivites of showing degrading photos of semi or unclad women, these photos seemed to fit the G rating rules of SailNet. In other words, I'm still working on em.
11-24-2008 04:36 PM
soulesailor
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Actually, Ian's the DOM of sailnet... But he'd probably prefer to be a SSC instead.
I don't know what you're talking about. Must be computer lingo.
11-24-2008 03:55 PM
sailingdog Actually, Ian's the DOM of sailnet... But he'd probably prefer to be a SSC instead.
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