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    Default Captions please


    Five blokes and only one unopened beer. Something is not right.
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    Hold it guys, I've lost a contact lens.
    Next time, it'll all be different.

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    There was an engine down there when I last looked
    Anybody else sail a Frolic 18? or know someone who does? if so please PM me.

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    When did you last clean this barbie?
    One hull good, two hulls better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowleopard View Post
    When did you last clean this barbie?
    They've only just started to build the barbie.
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    I'm sure there was another six pack down there last time I looked!

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    Hi all, first post I know; but I have been reading and gathering advice on here for some time and you have to start somewhere! What's with all the bricks? Those huge anode's you tend to find on tug's (and Gin Palaces) I've found make for excellent items for general purpose "holding things down" applications! not limited to re-gluing dubarry soles, holding down new teak strips, levelling epoxied failed stanchion bases, laminating sole boards, etc, etc, the possibilities are endless really!
    CR

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    Deciding which direction it actually is to Mecca proves very difficult for this branch of Al Qaeda during their recent trip through The Bermuda Triangle.

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    What do you mean, the skipper offered to show ALL of us the golden rivet ?

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