Suez & Panama Canal

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  1. charmc
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    Lock-less monster of the Panama Canal

    Lock-less monster of the Panama Canal
     

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  2. Frosty

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    Its a well known fact-- ******* cant tell jokes, or even say funny things. If they try it sort of make you wanna go all squirmy, followed by regurgitation in many circumstances.
     
  3. charmc
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    Thus speaks jack frost, known as the funniest guy to ever post at boatdesign.net... He he he:rolleyes: :D
     
  4. safewalrus
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    safewalrus Ancient Marriner

    Charmc - you've noticed his charm and wit then? What a fantastic guy! My heart beats the better for having known him, and my sides keep splitting with the constant mirth he produces! (unlike the Walrus who constantly talks 5h1t!!! OH!
     
  5. Frosty

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    Aaaww --- Ive gone bright red.
     
  6. Poida
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    Charmc, that surfing shot must have been the Billabog Classic.

    Oh bother he's American, have to explain that.

    You see Charmc, I said Billabog instead of Billabong, because he was surfing on mud. Oh never mind catch the next one.

    Poida
     
  7. Frosty

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    Its difficult talking to a septic, there you are having a nice chat then it hits you, they didnt understand that last bit.

    They stand there continuing the converstaion and you KNOW they lost it.

    I try not to,-- but sometimes its difficult not to break into pigeon English
     
  8. Poida
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    Just as well you're only joking Jack otherwise George Bush might lock you up in Guantanimo Bay and accuse you of having a brain of mass disfunction.

    Poida
     
  9. safewalrus
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    safewalrus Ancient Marriner

    Another case of 'Shrub' getting it wrong? Accusing Jack of having a brain! Dysfunctional or not! got the space to fit one but it just ain't fitted! :rolleyes:



    Morning Jack, nice day! (numpty!:p )
     
  10. Frosty

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    Jeees you dont arf get up my **** walrus.

    Have a nice day too. I hope its bloody snowing.
     
  11. Poida
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    Jack and Walruss ever met??
    Wouldn't mind havin' a piss up with them two, what a hoot!

    Poida
     
  12. safewalrus
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    Probably would be - together but hell not with our addoring public around - we'd have to call each other a few names! would only be a few 'cos Jack cant think all that fast and I wouldn't want to embarass him now would I! (to misquote a famous old timer "the Hell I would!!" )
     
  13. SouthernCross
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    Dooooood you need to check this out -> http://theflatearthsociety.org/forum//
    "This forum is reserved for serious debate and discussion of Flat Earth theory."

    It's awesome fun. I bet some of you circumnavigators would have something to say.


    Here's some gems from their FAQ:
    LOLOLOL the "Ice Wall". It goes on.....
     
  14. safewalrus
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    safewalrus Ancient Marriner

    Can't see the problem? you ever stood on a beach ball? fell of when it rolled didn't you? so you can't give me crap baout the world being round! I mean, it's not the size of the round that matters, its the fact that with curves you fall off! the truth is the world IS flat! just tilts a bit is all and spins s-l-o-w-l-y whichacounts for the tides moving in and out - water slops about in the glass don't it? Us Walruss'es know a thing or two about curves and flats see:D
     

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    ^ OMG he's one of them! run!
     
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