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post #1421 of 1515 Old 10-02-2016
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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

How about this:


From a distance it looks like the Jolly Roger, but then when it straightens out you see it's the yin yang.

I was flying this yesterday to symbolize the joy of sailing, but the sorrow of it being the end of the season.

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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

I like that. Ommmmmm.

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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

I bet these folks fly the jolly rogers.. I get some think they are lame to

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Yeah, and me and my wife lived together for a couple years before we got married, and that was OK...

Now my daughter wants to move in with her boyfriend... And that's Not OK...

What's your point..?
So I got a plumber in the family now...

Two days ago wife and I were in the next town for a Dr's appointment, thought we'd go visit the daughter...

Took her and the "boyfriend" out to dinner and then went to the "boyfriend's" house for a little visit and talk...

Went out in the woodshop for a little talk with the "boyfriend"...

He ends up asking me for permission to marry my daughter... Next day he asks her to marry him... Today they are engaged...

I think my Scary Skull Black T Shirt might of had something to do with it...
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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

Not if you live like a fuggin pirate its not. If your ship is all spit and polish and your jacket Burberry and shoes Sperry than yea, its pretty lame. If you only wear clothes around male company and think water goes better with Rum than nah, not lame at all.
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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

I think it's a bit silly. I'd rather fly my country's flag the proper way.
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It's a fad that will fade.

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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

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So I got a plumber in the family now...

Two days ago wife and I were in the next town for a Dr's appointment, thought we'd go visit the daughter...

Took her and the "boyfriend" out to dinner and then went to the "boyfriend's" house for a little visit and talk...

Went out in the woodshop for a little talk with the "boyfriend"...

He ends up asking me for permission to marry my daughter... Next day he asks her to marry him... Today they are engaged...

I think my Scary Skull Black T Shirt might of had something to do with it...

No my friend, you might have picked up the check but you didn't "take" them out to dinner. He took you out and you never saw it coming.

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