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Does crashing into the RC boat while trying to be clever and sail past nice and close to get a coffee from them count?
Wasn't me at the helm, all I could do was duck at the appropriate moment
Yeah that counts. As my teenage daughter would say, "epic fail."
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Does crashing into the RC boat while trying to be clever and sail past nice and close to get a coffee from them count?
Wasn't me at the helm, all I could do was duck at the appropriate moment
Your RC serves coffee?!? How about beer?
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Don't think they serve coffee on a formal basis. Beer, they could probably throw a can or two over I guess.
Fortunately no damage was done, except to pride.
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When racing on Scotlands East Coat week regatta one year, there was a large fleet of BT Challenge boats taking part. They had a "Dick Head of the day" award at the end of the days racing for the most stupid mistake made. The prize being a baseball cap with a dick sewn onto it. It was hillarious in the bar afterwards looking out for the poor unfortunate sole who was wearing it. Bizzarley though, after a belly full of pints it was worn with pride! :-)
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