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Old 21 December 2006, 12:33   #61
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Wow!!!!!!!! i need to get out more
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Old 21 December 2006, 12:51   #62
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WoW

Ok, Nick Hern, where do you buy a Cabin Boat...

I am selling my RIb and buying that Palace with the girls included.

I really think Dave Picton should take note for his Brochures.

This stuff sells boats, yes it sure does.

I dont think I was ever young. I would have worked much harder in School.
I could have started the life of a Miami Muff Buff and all these pictures of Girls Topless on the boats would not distract me so.

I would say there is more silicon on deck than all teh WD40 cans on board.

WHo cares! they looks great.
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Old 21 December 2006, 12:53   #63
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I reckon they'd prefer a RIB tho !
Pete7's next purchase?!
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Old 21 December 2006, 15:47   #64
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I would say there is more silicon on deck than all teh WD40 cans on board.

WHo cares! they looks great.
No silicone in WD40
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Old 22 December 2006, 16:45   #65
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thank you stephan, I didnt know that but you are correct, I checked it out. Not a trace of silicone, but I think you missed my main point.

So you focus on the WD40 and I will focus on the rest.......

We did not see pics of the initial thread yet, did we???
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Old 22 December 2006, 17:30   #66
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thank you stephan, I didnt know that but you are correct, I checked it out. Not a trace of silicone, but I think you missed my main point.

So you focus on the WD40 and I will focus on the rest.......

We did not see pics of the initial thread yet, did we???
Ah but it was really a faint (and daft) hope that the jiggling jubblies were almost all real (yes I know fat chance!)
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Old 22 December 2006, 18:46   #67
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that the jiggling jubblies were almost all real (yes I know fat chance!)
I wonder if they might be a new style of Personal Flotation Device! Those girls would bob high and dry if they went over the side!
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Old 22 December 2006, 21:38   #68
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I reckon they'd prefer a RIB tho !
Do you think??
One of the things I have always stressed about boating though.... make sure your crew is "well equipped" for the trip, He's prepared for a circumnavigation!
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Old 24 December 2006, 17:19   #69
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Ah but it was really a faint (and daft) hope that the jiggling jubblies were almost all real (yes I know fat chance!)
Stephan, sometimes just sometimes the devil is in the detail but this time who cares, They look good to me...
Thats all that matters.. Oh and that they can take a bit of abuse like sponsons.. forgive the pun
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Stephan, sometimes just sometimes the devil is in the detail but this time who cares, They look good to me...
Thats all that matters.. Oh and that they can take a bit of abuse like sponsons.. forgive the pun
What you mean they would burst after a couple of hours use?

I hope they are not orange though
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