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Everyone in the office seems to chuckle when I talk about my hubbies dingy.

And you should hear the guffaws when I explain that the dingy has a big Johnson.
all you have to say around a non-sailor is "dingy" and they look at you weird/ crack up laughing without knowing why
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As it was said to me:
The Admiral has the Fleet
The Captain has the ship
but you have the cutest little dinghy of them all.


Note: My dinghy isn't that little FYI

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I got a few looks in the office when I told my co-workers I was 'stripping my tiller' this weekend....
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I've got two spreaders on my boat !


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Bunch of boat euphemisms in only one poem

How My Dinghy was Sunk
by Larry MacDonald

As I approached her sailing yacht, she waved to me and beckoned,
I could see her blue bikini, so motored over in a second.
As I handed her the painter, Im pretty sure she sighed.
She kissed me in my dinghy, a truth shes since denied.

I climbed aboard and thanked her as she offered me a drink.
I said I liked her sailboat, she said she liked my dink,
And she said she liked my Johnson because I didnt have to row,
So I kissed her in her cockpit and we went down below.

She claims that all she said was my frayed painter needed whipping,
I mistook for something kinky, must be the drink that I was sipping.
All this talk I took for naughty, she later claimed was clean and pure.
She said shed like her scuppers cleaned, did not sound at all demure.

So I did what any sailord do with a miss whos acting willing,
When suddenly she turned on me, a wind that was quite chilling.
To escape from her I raced above to my dink awaiting there.
She suddenly appeared on deck and shot at me a flare.

Good luck was there; she missed me, but put a hole into my dink.
Gave one pull upon my Johnson, as my dink began to sink,
The engine roared, I started off, I swear, Judge, this is true:
Id have made it back to safety, if Id released the painter, too.




(As it turns out, double entendres really only have one meaning.)

Saltwater Suzi and Cap'n Larry


"A sailboat is a fickle mistress. Youve got to buy her things. Youve got to understand everything about her. What you dont know shell use against you." -Captain Larry


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Tie up my dinghy? ouch.

Currently:
1967 Uniflite 23' Express
1994 Glastron SSV175
Ranger Minto Dinghy

Previously:
1977 Islander 37' MS
1976 Ericson 32'
1964 Columbia 29'
1973 Santana 21'
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