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08-25-2013 11:06 AM
robodd
Re: Clothing optional sailing

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Originally Posted by bljones
or worse, "Shomi YareBowBis? Sounds like a terrorist..."

Imagine the response if the boats name was S/V "Boobie Trap"
08-25-2013 10:24 AM
DRFerron
Re: Clothing optional sailing

Abrahamx, that was rude in the context in which it was used and no one asked you for that.
08-25-2013 09:57 AM
abrahamx
Re: Clothing optional sailing

I've always called that XXX! Just not something I am into and have always called folks that I see doing it xxx. You asked.
08-24-2013 01:08 PM
MedSailor
Re: Clothing optional sailing

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Originally Posted by bljones View Post
or worse, "Shomi YareBowBis? Sounds like a terrorist..."
Well.... they would show up.

MedSailor
08-24-2013 12:18 PM
bljones
Re: Clothing optional sailing

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Originally Posted by MedSailor View Post
Awesome, witty, original. I like it. And while it would be great painted on a transom, just imagine how your mayday call would go......

Coast Guard: "Station calling mayday mayday we're all going to die, what is the name of your vessel over?"

Boat About to Die: "Shomi Yerboubis II"

Coast Guard: "Helo 61, Rescue Craft 64, and Cutter Jingo, STAND DOWN we have a hoax. Return to your bases."

MedSailor
or worse, "Shomi YareBowBis? Sounds like a terrorist..."
08-24-2013 12:14 PM
bblument
Re: Clothing optional sailing

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Originally Posted by MedSailor View Post
Awesome, witty, original. I like it. And while it would be great painted on a transom, just imagine how your mayday call would go......

Coast Guard: "Station calling mayday mayday we're all going to die, what is the name of your vessel over?"

Boat About to Die: "Shomi Yerboubis II"

Coast Guard: "Helo 61, Rescue Craft 64, and Cutter Jingo, STAND DOWN we have a hoax. Return to your bases."

MedSailor
Yeah, we kind of thought of that. The work-around in emergency and other over-the-air communications would be to pronounce it "Shah-MYE Yare-bow-BISS TWO," but in an emergency situation it'd probably be hard to do on the first try. Oh well.... gotta weigh the risk vs. reward, I guess... .

Barry
08-24-2013 11:39 AM
OZWILD
Re: Clothing optional sailing

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Originally Posted by sailboy26s View Post
Bump, so I wanna name my sailboat after naturism? Any suggestions? Au Natural, bareboat, no tan lines? Help me think off something clever?
Cleat Jam
08-24-2013 02:16 AM
MedSailor
Re: Clothing optional sailing

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Originally Posted by DRFerron View Post
**Breaking news!!!**

According to Dr. Oz: wearing a bra *causes* sagging!! Something to do with the bra making the ligaments lazy and they stop "doing their thing" to hold the girls up.

At least it's news to me. I always feel guilty without one even though I go without frequently while at home or on the boat. I feel like I'm doing harm. NO MORE!!

Or, at least until the next scientific journal counters this one.

And this is NOT an invitation for the men who read this section to say "I've been telling you women that since you hit puberty!!" That was NOT your reason for wanting us bra-less.

I was going to make some tasteless joke about the sagging breasts that result from the above advice, but decided against it....

That would be hitting below the belt.

MedSailor
08-24-2013 02:12 AM
MedSailor
Re: Clothing optional sailing

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Originally Posted by bblument View Post

Shomi Yerboubis II

Barry
Awesome, witty, original. I like it. And while it would be great painted on a transom, just imagine how your mayday call would go......

Coast Guard: "Station calling mayday mayday we're all going to die, what is the name of your vessel over?"

Boat About to Die: "Shomi Yerboubis II"

Coast Guard: "Helo 61, Rescue Craft 64, and Cutter Jingo, STAND DOWN we have a hoax. Return to your bases."

MedSailor
08-23-2013 11:45 PM
bljones
Re: Clothing optional sailing

Shomi Yerboubis sounds like the name of an Israeli politician. One who is abreast of all issues.
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