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Old 05 May 2005, 03:25   #21
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Guys- lets get back to the subject. Woot deserves to be hung, drawn and quartered. with or without cup holders. I dont see why that is so important as you all seem to ask. The fact that there are cup holders - is that to stop the spilling on the wood? or just for show.If this solid contraption was able to go fast - you would'nt be able to drink in the first place. I suppose it also has a toilet? and a a shower??.
Apart frrom been HDQ - Woot should be keel hauled and at least 20 lashes.

Get a life and get a rib --anything else is irrelevent.

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Old 05 May 2005, 04:16   #22
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Well Ladies and Gentlemen, so much for the caring sharing friendly nature of this site!
Gentle extraction of urine is one thing and there are other hard boaters on here Mr Flanker and Mr Fuller for instance.
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Old 05 May 2005, 04:18   #23
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there are other hard boaters on here Mr Flanker and Mr Fuller for instance.
And you think that helps Woot's case?

All joking apart, it doesn't matter what boat anyone's got. Or even if they have no boat at all (ahem!)

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Old 05 May 2005, 04:22   #24
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I was only saying they were hard boaters not universal role models
- every one to there own!
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Woot deserves to be hung, drawn and quartered
Because he hasn't got the same sort of boat as you Jonathon?
I think the comments about the cup holders are to do with something called 'humour', something perhaps some of us could with with a little more of.
Woot, best of luck with your new boat I hope you enjoy it
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Old 05 May 2005, 06:13   #26
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come off it kernov. Whats this site called??
or have I got it wrong - www.hardboat.net??

It opens up this site to all and sundry with hardboats. I suppose we will get the yaching types with their funny "ships" captain hats and women with not a stich on lounging on the deck next. A hardboat is for show a rib is fun..
(over 90% of the hardboats at Nieuport have never seen the sea)

Last year I was trying to pull up at the fuel barge and threw a line to one of those undressed females. What do you think she did? THREW IT BACK AT ME

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Last year I was trying to pull up at the fuel barge and threw a line to one of those undressed females. What do you think she did? THREW IT BACK AT ME
That's a new variation on an old bit of folklore, used to be a yachtie story about motorboaters, hard and ribbed!

And what's wrong with naked/semi naked women, or are you turned on by the site of wellies and a dry suit, no wonder you live in Belgium!

To quote Daniel, "get a rib, get a life", sounds like you failed on the second part!
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If I had known I would get this much attention I would have bought my floating lounge bar a long time ago. I've been told my boat looks gay, called a Judas, told I should be hung drawn and quartered and the icing on the cake likened to an uneducated American. I have been puzzling over what I could do next to open myself up to more abuse and ridicule. After much thought I decided the worse I could do was to confess that I'm not really a happy go lucky, all forms of watercraft loving Welshman I am in fact a whinging, narrowminded tosspot from Belgium.Unfortunately I see that someone has beaten me to it and already revealed these characteristics to the forum.
Before anyone thinks I'm upset don't worry I'm loving it all, not many things upset me and a bit of ribbing (for those with a sense of humour bypass or Belgians that was a pun ) certaintly won't, after all I specifically posted to see what reaction I could get.
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Nice one Woot, now that is funny.
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