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Sink or swim, little dingy ... mmmh ... your choice ... :)
Perhaps you should not launch your dingy in such frigid waters. ;-)
CAT: Should have put on a life jacket first, eh? MARY: Ha ha...I can see where dipping one's toe into the water initially would be a prudent thing to do, but who is going to honor such a kinky request?
Life jacket or what ever they call those plastic thingies nowadays ... :) Be well, eh?
CAT: HA--this post is providing lots of opportunities for double entendres!
ha.seriously at a loss for something to sayin fear it might get readand my dinghy get neglected...just saying.
poor little dinghy.
BRIAN: Discretion is the better part of valor...eh, my man?MARIAN: Your sympathies are gratefully acknowledged.
or something like that...ha
Hilariously bitter. Love it, Timo!
SHERRY: I think you've hit upon how I should describe myself in future bios--"hilariously bitter." BRILLIANT!
Haha! From where I'm sitting, I'd say they're all out to send you guys a lifebelt - shame so few catch on :P
KERRY: A lifebelt, eh? But they want you to be with them in that frigid climate, and I love the warmth!
Yes, so many do tend to be captivated by the glamorously huge... ship. So much so, they don't even notice the rather small dingy...
Timoteo, sink your DINGY? Really? I'm laughing my head off, but I admit I'm a bit peeved that you didn't include my group, the grey. Perhaps it's because we are old enough to be beyond that enterprise and simply want to shower our partners with love and hot flashes (no ice from us, baby)...!Yeah, a little bitter, but mostly a hoot! Amy
MARGARET: Pay attention to those diminutive dingies, ladies--they try harder! ( Of course, I wouldn't know.) AMY: Ha ha...you're never too old in my book...maybe just unmotivated! ..."simply want to shower our partners with love and hot flashes...."Well, I think the shower is a good place to start!
haha...so how did you find out....? smiles
CLAUDIA: Riding the rough seas of trial and error!
Oh those ice-bergs. Yet we adore them in their beauty don't we... Why not get an unsinkable ship instead of a dinghy... :-)
Yikes! Yet, I have to say, I was there once upon a time--maybe, I still am!
BJORN: That would require an operation, wouldn't it?AUDREY: Repeat after me: "No I'm not...No I'm not" Smiles!
Rall to the rescue! I'll save you sweetheart!
You never fail to make me smile, Tim. Thank you for that! Yeah, those icebergs are dangerous creatures!
GAIL: Thanks for your support!RALLENTANDA: Just in the nick of time, Rall...I knew you wouldn't let us down!TALON: The worst part is that only about ten percent of the iceberg is visible to the "naked" eye.
lololol! Who did this to you? :D
Oh dear, this is friggin' hilarious, Timoteo. I nearly knocked over my coffee.Pamela
FESTIVALKING: The names have been changed to protect the guilty.PAMELA: I love to hear that...but don't hurt yourself!
Alas my dinghy sunk years ago and I am left here on the dock watching the sailors head out to sea.
STEVEN: My condolences. Maybe your dinghy could still be salvaged. All you need to do is raise it back up and start patching some of those holes.
Hey try a hot tub, usually foolproof, will melt the coldest heart and might even get a rise out of you too !!
CLOUDFACTOR5: Great idea! (Not that difficult to get a rise out of me--smiles.)