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post #4 of Old 04-04-2014
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Re: The Benefits of Bottom Feeding

I dont know to call you bullsh!t for calling yourself a bottom feeder.
Anyway, you called it yourself so I will reply: Bullsh!t Or if the forum allows (in Australian) Bull****ing****!

The rest of your post is wrong in so many ways too.... Each person buys what they want and can afford, but its back end as well as front end. Theres plenty of people out there that buy older boats and spend lots of time fixing them up. Thats not me! I buy a boat I can afford and then when I am finished with it it will be a project boat!

My life is not based around varnishing some bit of wood. Its about getting out there and being a tourist, drinking booze, doing some sailing and getting LAID! Its not about using an f'ing sextant, polishing the binnacle, or wanking the fibreglass.

So don't read these forums as someones advice being for everyone... Its not. Every person and every boat is different. Where theres a fit its great. But each fit is totally individual.

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