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#3
Parking is strictly prohibited on the launching ramp. Some people, really!
 
#5
blindfire said:
whose the fat cnut?...is it you ord?? :lol:
That fat cnut is bothering me.
There is a flaw with him.
He is, certainly, fat and he is bending right over.
And yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ......... I know he's wearing that shiny belt.
But, even so, if he can bend over as far as that without showing a cleavage/builder's bum ...........

...... he must be wearing a fcuking frock tucked into his trousers.
 
#6
More to the point... that boat must have some fcuking good bouyancy to carry that fat barsteward about !! it was probably the laws of physics that put his shite truck into the water...

Heavy object moving, brakes unable to cope = water bound truck !!
 
#7
bovvy said:
blindfire said:
whose the fat cnut?...is it you ord?? :lol:
That fat cnut is bothering me.
There is a flaw with him.
He is, certainly, fat and he is bending right over.
And yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ......... I know he's wearing that shiny belt.
But, even so, if he can bend over as far as that without showing a cleavage/builder's bum ...........

...... he must be wearing a fcuking frock tucked into his trousers.
Considering this thread is about a boat! you are showing a very unhealthy interest in fat mens bottoms....very worrying! do you know Dorothy?
 
#11
normal holiday scene on a boat ramp in Queensland any weekend, funniest part follows ,when driver dives into turn off his ignition and lights to stop the battery going flat :p
 
#12
Pretty normal around my way to see a car going under, as we have a 14metre spring tide in the Bristol Channel
 
#14
tropper66 said:
Pretty normal around my way to see a car going under, as we have a 14metre spring tide in the Bristol Channel
A tide like that could wash away one of them sh*ds of yours.
 
#17
My first post in HM Costguard was for a large part of Chichester Harbour. The road floods at Bosham every high tide. Someone gets the good news there every week at least.

"Is your car AB01 CDE?"

"Err, yes..."

"It's sunk. Cheers."

On the grounds in that part of the world they were usually bankers (literally and rhyming slang-ingly), the cars were usually VERY expensive. It was something that always made me strangely happy....
 
#20
sfub said:
My first post in HM Costguard was for a large part of Chichester Harbour. The road floods at Bosham every high tide. Someone gets the good news there every week at least.

"Is your car AB01 CDE?"

"Err, yes..."

"It's sunk. Cheers."

On the grounds in that part of the world they were usually bankers (literally and rhyming slang-ingly), the cars were usually VERY expensive. It was something that always made me strangely happy....
Back in the '80s they used to have a picture in the Anchor Bleu of an MGB with the roof down, the water up to the top of the doors and a couple of blokes sat in it with a paddle each.
 
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