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Ouch... apparently there were plenty of 'em too.

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thats gonna leave a mark

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Man - those kinds of pics make me nauseous.


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ow man. is that what ppl were warning me about? they should a just showed me the picture. i bet they had to change there drawers after that. how do you fix a boat from that. if that happens to me what should i do
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i dont know how to swim now. one more thing i need to lern i guess.
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Don't do that.

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Why swim when you can just step off the port side onto the rocks?


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More seamanlike - less lubberly.

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