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Hi fuckwits,

I'd like to try contributing to the forums once in a while. Call it slumming.

This looks like a great deal on a true ocean racer. I can see this being a glorious adventure craft for a young swashbuckling crew ready to sail the four corners. I'd snatch it up in an instant myself if things were different.

Twats: OPINE!

http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1992/Tripp-55-Custom-3132593/ME/United-States?refSource=enhanced listing#.WpDDtWRC5E4

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Hey losers, minimize that tranny porn and put yer pencil dicks away, Kaiger's got anothafoyomotha:

I'll just say this, if you can put an adirondack chair on the deck you're doing something right!

 

http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1990/Custom-Cat---First-Rigged-2006--3017700/WA/United-States?refSource=standard listing#.WpDGXGRC5E4

 

 

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have you considered leaving looking at buying a boat as you really don't know bupkus........why not use your stated wealth to charter a 100 foot yacht with a crew and chef and do some proper cruising......you might live longer and a really smart dude like you could probably figure out how to expense the charter to your booming business.......tally ho .... try not to die.

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12 minutes ago, F'g Dinosaur said:

have you considered leaving looking at buying a boat as you really don't know bupkus........why not use your stated wealth to charter a 100 foot yacht with a crew and chef and do some proper cruising......you might live longer and a really smart dude like you could probably figure out how to expense the charter to your booming business.......tally ho .... try not to die.

Your English is bad.

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1 hour ago, Kaiger said:

Your English is bad.

Your performance is bad. Thank you for your audition.

Next!

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1 hour ago, Kaiger said:

Hi fuckwits,

I'd like to try contributing to the forums once in a while. Call it slumming.

This looks like a great deal on a true ocean racer. I can see this being a glorious adventure craft for a young swashbuckling crew ready to sail the four corners. I'd snatch it up in an instant myself if things were different.

Twats: OPINE!

http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1992/Tripp-55-Custom-3132593/ME/United-States?refSource=enhanced listing#.WpDDtWRC5E4

6376471_20171113111802015_1_XLARGE.jpg

you're gonna have to add a crane for the porsche .

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46 minutes ago, bigrpowr said:

you're gonna have to add a crane for the porsche .

Thought he swung that in on his “larger than average” shlong?

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49 minutes ago, bigrpowr said:

you're gonna have to add a crane for the porsche .

Why would I take my Porsche on my boat? You guys are so silly.

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1 minute ago, Sail4beer said:

Thought he swung that in on his “larger than average” shlong?

It's "slightly larger than average" although I'm flattered :wub:

 

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32 minutes ago, Kaiger said:

Why would I take my Porsche on my boat? You guys are so silly.

so you own a porsche !

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3 minutes ago, bigrpowr said:

so you own a porsche !

He shares time on a computer in his mother's basement. His fathers have the best time slots so expect delays.

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have you looked into one of these for your world travels. 

 

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19 minutes ago, Peanut Butter said:

I think he meant to say that you sound like the kind of guy who only gets invited to parties because you bring the coke... 

I don't drink or do drugs. I am focused on excellence which is why I am so successful. 

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6 minutes ago, Ishmael said:

He shares time on a computer in his mother's basement. His fathers have the best time slots so expect delays.

I am in my living room. You are poor.

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3 minutes ago, Kaiger said:

Yes, it is parked outside.

I wouldn't leave it out side 

 

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1 minute ago, VWAP said:

I wouldn't leave it out side 

 

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So you googled "radio controlled Porsche" and I am supposed to register an emotional reaction? Try harder.

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1 minute ago, zenmasterfred said:

Another fuckwit on the loose and w/ a german sports car???

 

In his little masturbatory dreams.

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2 minutes ago, zenmasterfred said:

Another fuckwit on the loose and w/ a german sports car???

 

 

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7 hours ago, Kaiger said:

I don't drink or do drugs. I am focused on excellence which is why I am so successful. 

You aren't helping your case at all.  We are happy to excuse all kinds of behavior here because of occasional excessive use of drugs and or alcohol.  The fact that you are apparently sober and therefore intentionally acting like a complete douche canoe is just another reason to despise you.

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I’ve watched that Tripp for awhile. Quite the machine. Needs a fat wallet. Wallet will lose weight. More than the weight of a Porsche.

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what's all this shit about a Porsche ?   They are a dime a dozen .   They are mostly leased.     They are peasant bling for the masses.    Nobody of substance would consider one  due to all the negative connotations  and all the wankers  leasing them along with their gold chains.    Pathetic.   Not even close to NBA .     What if we all contribute to a GFM page for this guy so he can get a boat and go out and drown himself.    Problem solved.

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1 hour ago, F'g Dinosaur said:

what's all this shit about a Porsche ?   They are a dime a dozen .   They are mostly leased.     They are peasant bling for the masses.    Nobody of substance would consider one  due to all the negative connotations  and all the wankers  leasing them along with their gold chains.    Pathetic.   Not even close to NBA .     What if we all contribute to a GFM page for this guy so he can get a boat and go out and drown himself.    Problem solved.

I'm realizing now why you are all such small-minded losers. You're Brits!

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Man I can't wait for sailing season to start over here, so I don't have to read threads like this one out of pure boredom.

Show tits, buy ad, fuck off, etc...

Aaaand... PLONK! on ignore.

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2 hours ago, Kaiger said:

I'm realizing now why you are all such small-minded losers. You're Brits!

is this considered an insult where you are from? just curious.

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3 hours ago, Kaiger said:

I'm realizing now why you are all such small-minded losers. You're Brits!

They may have small brains, but they have big hearts.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Raz'r said:

I’ve watched that Tripp for awhile. Quite the machine. Needs a fat wallet. Wallet will lose weight. More than the weight of a Porsche.

Why a fat wallet? Sails and electronics are dated, but it seems like a solid structure and good design. if you're talking about 55' boats you're talking money anyways, the price of admission here is cheap, but it's a 55' boat to care for. I don't see her being any worse than others, and better than some in that regard. 

I will say this, I own a Brooklin built boat and winter her in Brooklin, it is a great yard with wonderful people who love boats. I'm sure they would be delighted to have you as an owner. From the way Kegel behaves, it would break hearts to have one of theirs  fall into his hands.

 

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21 minutes ago, Cruisin Loser said:

Why a fat wallet? Sails and electronics are dated, but it seems like a solid structure and good design. if you're talking about 55' boats you're talking money anyways, the price of admission here is cheap, but it's a 55' boat to care for. I don't see her being any worse than others, and better than some in that regard. 

I will say this, I own a Brooklin built boat and winter her in Brooklin, it is a great yard with wonderful people who love boats. I'm sure they would be delighted to have you as an owner. From the way Kegel behaves, it would break hearts to have one of theirs  fall into his hands.

 

Hi CL - I suppose it's all relative. I would LOVE to have that Tripp. What a great looking boat, and BBY? Awesome. It's beyond my means though and I'm smart enough to know it. 

I was able to pick up something much more my "size" and am really happy about it.

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6 hours ago, Kaiger said:

I'm realizing now why you are all such small-minded losers. You're Brits!

Its not like a yank has ever succeded in burning down the queens house.

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1 minute ago, Bull City said:

I'm not going to post on this thread.

Me either!

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22 hours ago, Kaiger said:

Hi fuckwits,

I'd like to try contributing to the forums once in a while. Call it slumming.

This looks like a great deal on a true ocean racer. I can see this being a glorious adventure craft for a young swashbuckling crew ready to sail the four corners. I'd snatch it up in an instant myself if things were different.

Twats: OPINE!

http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1992/Tripp-55-Custom-3132593/ME/United-States?refSource=enhanced listing#.WpDDtWRC5E4

6376471_20171113111802015_1_XLARGE.jpg

 

That is a sweet looking boat, and probably a decent price, if she's been well kept and the sail inventory is fairly up to date? Brooklin Boatyard does stellar work, one of the best in the business!!  I did a bunch of deliveries back and forth across the Gulf of Maine in the summer of 2011 on a Tripp 50, "Katrinka", that was doing Penerai (sic) classic yacht race series at various venues in New England.  Brooklin had just done a million dollar refit, and the craftsmanship was right up there with best Dutch yards. A cold molded boat can last as long as RPG one, if properly looked after.  One of the yard managers, John Maxwell was a mate way back when he hailed from Madison, CT; but he has been up in Brooklin for decades now.  His brother Manning was BN on Katrinka, and it was a pleasant summer as one of his delivery crew.

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2 hours ago, billy backstay said:

 

That is a sweet looking boat, and probably a decent price, if she's been well kept and the sail inventory is fairly up to date? Brooklin Boatyard does stellar work, one of the best in the business!!  I did a bunch of deliveries back and forth across the Gulf of Maine in the summer of 2011 on a Tripp 50, "Katrinka", that was doing Penerai (sic) classic yacht race series at various venues in New England.  Brooklin had just done a million dollar refit, and the craftsmanship was right up there with best Dutch yards. A cold molded boat can last as long as RPG one, if properly looked after.  One of the yard managers, John Maxwell was a mate way back when he hailed from Madison, CT; but he has been up in Brooklin for decades now.  His brother Manning was BN on Katrinka, and it was a pleasant summer as one of his delivery crew.

i grew up on an andrews 56 , very similar boat just a bit heavier , and man they sure are awesome, and super expensive to own, and a fortune more to campaign.

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2 hours ago, Varan said:

I forgot what we were talking about..

 

 

bummer.

Kaiger was talking about the size of his penis, something about an innie not an outie

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4 hours ago, Raz'r said:

Hi CL - I suppose it's all relative. I would LOVE to have that Tripp. What a great looking boat, and BBY? Awesome. It's beyond my means though and I'm smart enough to know it. 

I was able to pick up something much more my "size" and am really happy about it.

Yeah, she's a lot more boat than my wife and I want to cruise. If you ever want to sail a truly lovely BBY 48'  custom, come back east and give me a buzz, I'd love to take you sailing. You can drive.

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9 hours ago, Cruisin Loser said:

Yeah, she's a lot more boat than my wife and I want to cruise. If you ever want to sail a truly lovely BBY 48'  custom, come back east and give me a buzz, I'd love to take you sailing. You can drive.

Reciprocal offer sir.

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8 hours ago, ease the sheet said:

I man shouldn't  be mocked for a small penis. Of course  a man wouldn't own a porsche.

 

Actually some of the newer water cooled Porsches are pretty nice, some of them.  What I can't understand is how the values of the early ones have skyrocketed, since most of them are just like a rebodied VW bug, with a camber compensator on the back (anti-sway bar), and more horsepower....

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15 hours ago, Cruisin Loser said:

Why a fat wallet? Sails and electronics are dated, but it seems like a solid structure and good design. if you're talking about 55' boats you're talking money anyways, the price of admission here is cheap, but it's a 55' boat to care for. I don't see her being any worse than others, and better than some in that regard. 

I will say this, I own a Brooklin built boat and winter her in Brooklin, it is a great yard with wonderful people who love boats. I'm sure they would be delighted to have you as an owner. From the way Kegel behaves, it would break hearts to have one of theirs  fall into his hands.

 

Agree. Porsche is a lot less picky, but then they kinda have to be.

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This is a Porsche 

22 minutes ago, billy backstay said:

 

Actually some of the newer water cooled Porsches 

 

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18 minutes ago, VWAP said:

This is a Porsche 

 

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Except for the underpowered 912, these air cooled 911's are okay.  It's the older 356 et aux, that I was comparing to a VW Beetle.  Incidentaly, the camber comepensater from a 356 was a direct bolt on to my '62 bug, and I believe much of the suspension and running gear was similar, if not identical. 

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5 minutes ago, billy backstay said:

 

Except for the underpowered 912, these air cooled 911's are okay.  It's the older 356 et aux, that I was comparing to a VW Beetle.  Incidentaly, the camber comepensater from a 356 was a direct bolt on to my '62 bug, and I believe much of the suspension and running gear was similar, if not identical. 

I've never understood what was wrong with a VW (Beetle or Karmen Ghia) that comparing a Porsche to them was such a big insult. They were nice cars, distinctive-looking, relatively fun, practical.

I had a Porsche 912, and it was one of the great 4-cyl sports cars IMHO. I had a lot of other 4-bangers and it was by far the best, anyway. I also had a Karmen Ghia and the 912 would whip the shit out of it (or come out of a turn going backwards) easily. Even going back to the 356, the engineering and metallurgy was several orders of magnitude above the VW, which was primarily engineered to be inexpensive to manufacture. Take a closer look at the suspension, the anti-way bar might have been a bolt-on but the rest of it had some significant differences (especially the steering). Brakes too.

That doesn't excuse a lot of yuppie wankers groveling over Porsches because they feel like their beemer is just a leetle too conformist...............

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My '72 resto-mod Morris Cooper S MkIII would drive circles around a 912, but the 912 was a decent car, and a cut above the Beetle.  But, if I could afford what the 356's are now going for, I would instead by 3 to 5 different classics, instead of one 356.

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What model is that?  Almost looks like an Alfa?  First care was a '62 Karmann Ghia Cabrio, then too many bugs to remember them all after that.

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a type 34 the most expensive model at the time

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Just now, VWAP said:

a type 34 the most expensive model at the time

 

Never saw one in the states, were  they ever on offer here?

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3 hours ago, billy backstay said:

 

Actually some of the newer water cooled Porsches are pretty nice, some of them.  What I can't understand is how the values of the early ones have skyrocketed, since most of them are just like a rebodied VW bug, with a camber compensator on the back (anti-sway bar), and more horsepower....

Just wait a decade or two when most of the boomers have died off - there will be a real glut of "classic cars", and the newer generations won't be (as a group) nearly as interested.  Then prices will drop.

 

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1 minute ago, slap said:

Just wait a decade or two when most of the boomers have died off - there will be a real glut of "classic cars", and the newer generations won't be (as a group) nearly as interested.  Then prices will drop.

 

 

I wouldn't want a Porsche 356 at 1970's prices, but I would give my left nut to have my Resto-Mod Cooper S back.  Sold it for $23,000 10 years ago to pay kids college bills when the economy crashed and both our incomes flat-lined  for years.

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31 minutes ago, Svanen said:

Actual photo of that clown Voyager/Kaiger on his boat:

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You can see there that he does NOT have a Porsche!!:P

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The old air cooled ones from the late sixties to  late eighties were great in a minimalistic; special way. "What you don't build into a car cannot break" (Ferdinand Porsche)... Kind of a predecessor to "Simplify, then add lightness!" (Colin Chapman). 

Sad that nobody builds lightweight, pure, responsive (but still kind of reliable) sports cars anymore. 

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18 minutes ago, 10thTonner said:

 

Sad that nobody builds lightweight, pure, responsive (but still kind of reliable) sports cars anymore. 

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5 hours ago, billy backstay said:

First care was a '62 Karmann Ghia Cabrio

Hobie-O-Jeebus! Where do you go from *that* as a first car?

My first car was a Lada, with Armstrong steering and a broken heater (stayed on). The rusty old Golf I moved-up to was a big bounce in high school credibility from that. 

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1 hour ago, 10thTonner said:

Sad that nobody builds lightweight, pure, responsive (but still kind of reliable) sports cars anymore. 

Huh? What about the Ariel Atom? Hondas are reliable.

The Ariel Atom | Garage Woolery

 

 

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The Atom is great but it's not a car, it's a four wheeled motorcycle. You gotta be able to drive it in the winter in a pouring rain to count as a car. 

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2 minutes ago, IStream said:

You gotta be able to drive it in the winter in a pouring rain to count as a car. 

I've ridden (rode?) bikes in four seasons of Scottish shit weather for years. You are rating drivers, not vehicles ;-)

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1 minute ago, seabell said:

I've ridden (rode?) bikes in four seasons of Scottish shit weather for years. You are rating drivers, not vehicles ;-)

Okay, I'll rephrase. My wife needs to be able to drive it in the winter in a pouring rain to count as a car.

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Hah, I get your point. But if I had an Atom I wouldn't let my wife near it - even if she wanted to try her luck.

To put things in perspective, my first car was a 600cc Citroen Deux Chevaux, and my best car was a 5.9l 1976 Jeep Cherokee Chief. Both superb vehicles.

Edit: Now I drive a diesel Chevy Colorado 2.8    Detroit iron - made in Thailand :(

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1 hour ago, 10thTonner said:

The old air cooled ones from the late sixties to  late eighties were great in a minimalistic; special way. "What you don't build into a car cannot break" (Ferdinand Porsche)... Kind of a predecessor to "Simplify, then add lightness!" (Colin Chapman). 

Sad that nobody builds lightweight, pure, responsive (but still kind of reliable) sports cars anymore. 

Try out a WRX with 6-speed manual!!!  Not as light, or nimble, but damn close.  Also way electronic nannies and such.  Manual seats simple hvac controls, etc. 268 HP from a 2-lier flat 4 with a turbo that comes on at 3,000 RPM/  30 grand with sunroof and short shifter extras.

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1 hour ago, Peanut Butter said:

Hobie-O-Jeebus! Where do you go from *that* as a first car?

My first car was a Lada, with Armstrong steering and a broken heater (stayed on). The rusty old Golf I moved-up to was a big bounce in high school credibility from that. 

From there I had a lot of Beetles, a Squareback, then a 65 Morris Cooper Mk I, that had been a C Sedan racer in SCCA.  Replaced the slicks with street tires, added muffler and some interior, and Bob's yer uncle!!  First cars I drove were Moms, Ford Falcon, Opel Manta....

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Thread drift, can we get back to the OP and discuss the size or lack of Kaige'rs weiner

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One of those Vienna things. You get a dozen of those or a dozen smoked oysters in the same size can. I much prefer the oysters, those little canned smegma weiners scare me.

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13 hours ago, Ishmael said:

One of those Vienna things. You get a dozen of those or a dozen smoked oysters in the same size can. I much prefer the oysters, those little canned smegma weiners scare me.

Thanks. Now Ima gonna be sick :(====

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On 2/25/2018 at 7:11 AM, VWAP said:

This is a Porsche 

 

porsche911s1966image2.jpg

That was my car! Or, one that looked exactly like it. '66 911 in Signal Red (that may be a 69 or later with custom paint-can't see if the fender flares are the later size). Very simple, minimalistic, great driving but don't even think of braking in a hard corner. I was an overpaid Navy fighter pilot in those days and could afford a toy like that-nowadays I drive a Volkswagen (and a boat).

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1 hour ago, F'g Dinosaur said:

who was the first person to eat an oyster raw or a clam etc......the very first.......must have been really starving.........

Some hungry caveman sitting on a beach, thinking that the seagulls dropping them on rocks were on to something, maybe...? 

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It was some horny caveman sitting on the beach who picked up one of the oysters that the seagulls had dropped on the rock next to him and when he looked inside he thought it looked like pussy!

Image result for horny caveman

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41 minutes ago, Rasputin22 said:

It was some horny caveman sitting on the beach who picked up one of the oysters that the seagulls had dropped on the rock next to him and when he looked inside he thought it looked like pussy!

Image result for horny caveman

...and they’re both home to crabs.

How about that...? :rolleyes:

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