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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Kipling and seamanship

    Quote Originally Posted by Newboy6458 View Post
    Plan A then plan B.
    No plan B?
    I always reckon that If you've only got a plan B you're already in trouble.
    Steve
    Never believe anything until it has been officially denied.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Kipling and seamanship

    Quote Originally Posted by Stemar View Post
    I always reckon that If you've only got a plan B you're already in trouble.
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    Default Re: Kipling and seamanship

    Quote Originally Posted by RupertW View Post
    Yes, is Omo or Bold the best grease cutter?
    They seem to put a lot of faith in their nuclear detergent.

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    Default Re: Kipling and seamanship

    Quote Originally Posted by zoidberg View Post
    Any good questions I should ask him?
    Well there is the ancient submariners joke.

    Ask him if he has any photos of his wife in the nude.

    When he says 'No', offer to sell him some.


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    Default Re: Kipling and seamanship

    [QUOTE=capnsensible;6938262
    When he says 'No', offer to sell him some.

    [/QUOTE]


  6. #16
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    Default Re: Kipling and seamanship

    Pardon me for asking, but does anyone have the slightest idea what this thread is about? Other than a bit of ancient wisdom that 'the sea is the sea'?

    Last edited by AndrewB; Today at 00:08.

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    Default Re: Kipling and seamanship

    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewB View Post
    Pardon me for asking, but does anyone have the slightest idea what this thread is about? Other than a bit of ancient wisdom that 'the sea is the sea'?

    'Never mind the quality, feel the width'
    "Now shall the gentleman haul and draw with the mariner"
    John Hawkins

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