Setting her up...

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by Sean Herron, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. Sean Herron
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    Sean Herron Senior Member

    Hello...

    Got divorced - got my money - got my boat - on WIFI at the pub...
    Got a Guinness...
    Got a pet swan named Frank who knocks on the hull when he wants to be fed...
    Eagles - ducks - herrons - I can now see stars at night - all is good...
    A happy chappy - I am...

    SH.
     
  2. troy2000
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    troy2000 Senior Member

    Sounds good to me, Sean. Enjoy.
     
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  3. Landlubber
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    Landlubber Senior Member

    Hey good one mate, you need some peace for a change. Hope you enjoy the simple life of living on a boat compared to the life ashore.
     
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  4. dskira

    dskira Previous Member

    Unfortunatly you are the target for all the beautiful but lonely woman who loves a Guiness, the money, and the pet named Frank.
    So be prepared to be with a ring again :p
     
  5. Fanie
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    Fanie Fanie

    Hey who the hell makes your food ! and I can see you do the cleaning and washing. This new found joy is foing to last just two weeks. Then the food is up and the clothes are all dirty.
     
  6. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Carbon Based Life Form

    Live well, Sean.:)
     
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  7. Sean Herron
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    Sean Herron Senior Member

    Fanie...

    Hello....

    I eat at the pub and take my clothes across the river - 5 mins. - to my friends new house - wash my clothes - have a hot bath - then dinghy back to 'Laughing Duck' - all is good

    SH.
     
  8. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    I don't think our Sean is the kind of guy that needs kicking up the arse twice.

    I married at 19 divorced at 21, she ran off with my best mate,---I do mis him.

    I can fart, get pissed ,spew up, go to Torremolinos on the topless beach, stay out passed 9 Pm, anything I want.

    What fking ***** would get married. Go Thailand young man. No such thing as an old man in Thailand.

    Growing old is mandatory but growing up is optional.

    The world is now your lobster, but get the fk out of Canada or it was all a waste of time. I like coconuts and girls that will count my balls for 3 dollar.

    Hey --you can get testicle massage now, and prostate massage too!!!!!!!.

    Don't ask any questions --I don't know.

    My mate goes for total body shave,--and I mean total total total.

    Sorry I digress ,--got too exited. I must grow up, no I don't.

    Living life like an 8 year old but being over 50 is --well --great.
     
  9. lewisboats
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    Working on my "Quik and Eazy" one now... Shouldn't be a problem as I am assuming 130,000 of the debt...but I get the house. Don't know if I am getting the better of the deal though. At least it will be easy...she isn't contesting anything and the kids are all of age, so not an issue. My aim is to live like an 8yo...until I am 80...then I might mature a bit...to a 10 yo!
     
  10. dskira

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    Frosty will think I am or a sucker or an addict or both :D
    I am married three times and have very grown up kids.
    I was on the beach in Torremolinos, well not far from it, it is the reason of my first divorce, I run with a gorgeous, turn out was not that gorgeous, painful and looooooooonnnnnnnnnngggggg divorce procedure.
    Get married again with an adorable woman. I am lucky this time, but it took a lot of time to find the real treasure, or to find myself less of a jerk and more nicer.
    I thought it was the other at fault, until I realize I was a big part of the equation.
    I took the option to grown up, but it is not an easy option, and I am not sure I get there.
    As for the money, between the lawyers, child support and education (went to a college in the US? A lot of $$$$$) all gone with the wind :p
    As will say my dear wife: it's only money, and she is right. And it was long time ago. Life is good.
    Daniel
     
  11. Fanie
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    Fanie Fanie

    Well finally Daniel, you discovered it's not what's between the legs that counts but between the ears. I was going to mention what's between the **** but that would be a lie because the heart is more behind the one :D

    I guess we all have to choose what one can live with or not. Having a great partner makes all the difference in the world and it affects everything you do.

    Sean 'old' buddy, you will discover a couple of things yet.
    But I'm sure the right chick will come along and lead you by the nose hence forth.
    Be carefull what you comment on this, I've seen some big, strong and great ones go down.
    Man was not meant to be alone. Well , ok maybe just you and Frosty :D

    Consider this single time a time to find your true self again.
     
  12. Tug
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    Tug Junior Member

    Grandad always said:
    All women are crazy...
    You just have to find the crazy you can live with...
    cheers
    Tug
     
  13. Fanie
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    Fanie Fanie

    A single guy once said to me a woman must be mad to marry him,
    and he doesn't want to be married to a mad wife.
     
  14. troy2000
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    I was married once, in my twenties. It lasted two weeks, and it cured me of matrimony for almost twenty years. Got married again at 40, and we've been together for twenty years.

    The main lesson I learned between the two marriages is that life with a woman is a lot easier if you don't expect her to make sense by your standards. She isn't going to. She has her own set of rules, and she won't be changing them just because you think she's irrational.

    Enjoy her when she's happy. Stay on the leeward side and ride it out when she isn't. Don't overreact and say or do something you can't undo --and don't bother arguing about whether you deserve to have her mad at you or not. It's like arguing about whether you deserved the last thunderstorm or high tide....

    Like sunny weather after a storm, women usually calm down. And most of them enjoy making up at least as much as they enjoy getting mad, if you give them a chance.
     

  15. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    I don't want no woman that would expect me to understand if she wanted to be angry or not, or to suggest that she is a woman so she has --difficulties.

    Thats just what I don't /wont have.

    Im not married, and the thing that keeps us together after 21 years is that I/ her / we can do /go when we want.

    She can walk right now and take all the joy /fun / happiness that she gives me. I can walk and take all the money except the house and cars and some land I / she owns , thats a fair deal!!!

    I carefully balanced it that way. She /Thailand allows me to do that.

    I don't do what lawers say very well.

    Marriage sucks real bad,--I cam almost smell it. It smells of babies and washing up powder and talcum, and ironing starch, and 25watt bulbs. Ugh.
     
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