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Old 07 April 2005, 01:49   #41
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Old 07 April 2005, 03:56   #42
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Oy, play fair. Where did you find a word like that. Oh, I know. It was in your monthly copy of Practical Boat Polisher.

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he's been talking to me it's improved his understanding of polysiabics no end. ori in the case of aesthtics trisylabics. I am gonna teach him what follicly challenged means next week.
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or in the case of aesthetics trisylabics.
Unless you're a Cockney nobba who would pronounce it 'aycefetic', the word is quadrisyllabic.

Your command of the English language seems to be on a par with Jonny The Wax and GTF's understanding of working a rib inside the surf line on a lee shore.

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try dangling ur hand in just the spray off your wake at 40mph, its phenominal and hurts!!
Iffy advice mate. Sounds dangerous to me.

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Old 08 April 2005, 11:40   #44
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Unless you're a Cockney nobba who would pronounce it 'aycefetic', the word is quadrisyllabic.

Your command of the English language seems to be on a par with Jonny The Wax and GTF's understanding of working a rib inside the surf line on a lee shore.



Iffy advice mate. Sounds dangerous to me.

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thats rich!!

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You've been listening to the hardboat brigade too much. Next time you're out in a chop, ram it into reverse, fill your rib up to the gunnels and note how stable it becomes. Then try the same in a hard boat and note how fast it takes you to swim ashore.

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iffy advice mate, sounds dangerous and expensive to me
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did not know you were a heli guy

if you want to land on the heli pad at the yard any time just call me
i will move up a bit and let you in

or if you are going to goodwood festival of speed in the huges .
we have a stand there with 3x ballistic ribs on and you could join us then

p.s. did you get round to buying a rib

theres more helicopter guys got ribs now than you would think !!
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Old 08 April 2005, 13:12   #46
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did not know you were a heli guy

if you want to land on the heli pad at the yard any time just call me
i will move up a bit and let you in

or if you are going to goodwood festival of speed in the huges .
we have a stand there with 3x ballistic ribs on and you could join us then

p.s. did you get round to buying a rib

theres more helicopter guys got ribs now than you would think !!
Only a heli guy cos my mate good enough to let me use his!!! Got 30hrs logged so far but done about 200 - all for free................

Have got a rib on order - wanted a custom build but love your boats - thanks for the offer!!!
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sounds dangerous and expensive to me

It would be in your boat.


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Old 08 April 2005, 15:59   #48
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Unless you're a Cockney nobba who would pronounce it 'aycefetic', the word is quadrisyllabic.

Your command of the English language seems to be on a par with Jonny The Wax and GTF's understanding of working a rib inside the surf line on a lee shore.



Iffy advice mate. Sounds dangerous to me.

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what does quadrasyllabic mean?
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It would be in your boat.


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i know id have to polish it again
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what does quadrisyllabic mean?
Dunno, but it's a pentasyllabic word.


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id have to polish it again
Can I recommend the product, sixth on the list, in the link at the bottom of this post.

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