You Are All Whiny Assed Pussies

Gouvernail

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When I started sailing at age two we reached over and changed each other’s diapers as we crossed tacks.
Or on doublehanded boats we changed each other while tacking…. Hence the term “shitty tack” has its genesis from, “That tack took so long it was like a diaper change tack.

Our lifejacket’s sunk if we took them off, and, becsuse they were expensive marine gear, we had to wear the lifejackets in order to be certain the jackets would make it home.

Whoever finished last in a practice race had to do twenty pushups. You have to scull your hands back and forth REALLY fast to do push-ups on the surface of a bay or lake.

Nobody had invented gunpowder so our starting gun was a bow and arrow.

There were no buoys so kids had to tread water and serve as marks. To this day, hitting marks is illegal because kids were getting their heads bashed in.

We didn’t have General Recall. He was still a corporal

All our lines were hemp and we were required to eat all the leaves mixed in brownies

As the world was still in black and white, protest flags were black, but so were the flags for accepting a 20% penalty, so protesting always cost the protestor 20%

There were no radios so everybody communicated with the RC using soup cans and strings. Mack used to get his all tangled and run into people. Hence, the name for a bunch of tangled up line is mackramme which has been modified to macreme”

Many of today’s sailing venues are man made reservoirs. Before the dams were built, we sailed in the dirt between the trees.




Ruben Clamso had not yet killed off the last super Giant clam, so sometimes when a kid was off on a flyer, alll we would hear would be a low pitched belch
 

accnick

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When I started sailing at age two we reached over and changed each other’s diapers as we crossed tacks.
Or on doublehanded boats we changed each other while tacking…. Hence the term “shitty tack” has its genesis from, “That tack took so long it was like a diaper change tack.

Our lifejacket’s sunk if we took them off, and, becsuse they were expensive marine gear, we had to wear the lifejackets in order to be certain the jackets would make it home.

Whoever finished last in a practice race had to do twenty pushups. You have to scull your hands back and forth REALLY fast to do push-ups on the surface of a bay or lake.

Nobody had invented gunpowder so our starting gun was a bow and arrow.

There were no buoys so kids had to tread water and serve as marks. To this day, hitting marks is illegal because kids were getting their heads bashed in.

We didn’t have General Recall. He was still a corporal

All our lines were hemp and we were required to eat all the leaves mixed in brownies

As the world was still in black and white, protest flags were black, but so were the flags for accepting a 20% penalty, so protesting always cost the protestor 20%

There were no radios so everybody communicated with the RC using soup cans and strings. Mack used to get his all tangled and run into people. Hence, the name for a bunch of tangled up line is mackramme which has been modified to macreme”

Many of today’s sailing venues are man made reservoirs. Before the dams were built, we sailed in the dirt between the trees.




Ruben Clamso had not yet killed off the last super Giant clam, so sometimes when a kid was off on a flyer, alll we would hear would be a low pitched belch

Stay away from the hash brownies.
 

Gouvernail

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I took a way too long ride on nice breeze Wednesday night…. Woke up halfway through the night with leg cramps
Adductor longus in both legs at once. I do not remember ever cramping those before
 

FinnFish

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When I started sailing at age two we reached over and changed each other’s diapers as we crossed tacks.
Or on doublehanded boats we changed each other while tacking…. Hence the term “shitty tack” has its genesis from, “That tack took so long it was like a diaper change tack.

Our lifejacket’s sunk if we took them off, and, becsuse they were expensive marine gear, we had to wear the lifejackets in order to be certain the jackets would make it home.

Whoever finished last in a practice race had to do twenty pushups. You have to scull your hands back and forth REALLY fast to do push-ups on the surface of a bay or lake.

Nobody had invented gunpowder so our starting gun was a bow and arrow.

There were no buoys so kids had to tread water and serve as marks. To this day, hitting marks is illegal because kids were getting their heads bashed in.

We didn’t have General Recall. He was still a corporal

All our lines were hemp and we were required to eat all the leaves mixed in brownies

As the world was still in black and white, protest flags were black, but so were the flags for accepting a 20% penalty, so protesting always cost the protestor 20%

There were no radios so everybody communicated with the RC using soup cans and strings. Mack used to get his all tangled and run into people. Hence, the name for a bunch of tangled up line is mackramme which has been modified to macreme”

Many of today’s sailing venues are man made reservoirs. Before the dams were built, we sailed in the dirt between the trees.




Ruben Clamso had not yet killed off the last super Giant clam, so sometimes when a kid was off on a flyer, alll we would hear would be a low pitched belch

I heard the older guys also walked to school in the snow in bare feet, with lard sandwiches wrapped in newspaper. That true?
 
When I started sailing at age two we reached over and changed each other’s diapers as we crossed tacks.
Or on doublehanded boats we changed each other while tacking…. Hence the term “shitty tack” has its genesis from, “That tack took so long it was like a diaper change tack.

Our lifejacket’s sunk if we took them off, and, becsuse they were expensive marine gear, we had to wear the lifejackets in order to be certain the jackets would make it home.

Whoever finished last in a practice race had to do twenty pushups. You have to scull your hands back and forth REALLY fast to do push-ups on the surface of a bay or lake.

Nobody had invented gunpowder so our starting gun was a bow and arrow.

There were no buoys so kids had to tread water and serve as marks. To this day, hitting marks is illegal because kids were getting their heads bashed in.

We didn’t have General Recall. He was still a corporal

All our lines were hemp and we were required to eat all the leaves mixed in brownies

As the world was still in black and white, protest flags were black, but so were the flags for accepting a 20% penalty, so protesting always cost the protestor 20%

There were no radios so everybody communicated with the RC using soup cans and strings. Mack used to get his all tangled and run into people. Hence, the name for a bunch of tangled up line is mackramme which has been modified to macreme”

Many of today’s sailing venues are man made reservoirs. Before the dams were built, we sailed in the dirt between the trees.
Diapers? You were lucky!
When we were an infant, we had to shit in our hands and throw it overboard. Hence the term "shit slinging".

Breakfast was barnacles which we had to dive overboard and scrape off the bottom of the keel. Then our Ma would flog us with the cat o' nine tails (an elderly Persian cat with nine tails) while we boiled our urine to make water for tea.

We didn't have protest flags, we had knives, kebab skewers and a boarding ladder.
 

Steam Flyer

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Diapers? You were lucky!
When we were an infant, we had to shit in our hands and throw it overboard. Hence the term "shit slinging".

Breakfast was barnacles which we had to dive overboard and scrape off the bottom of the keel. Then our Ma would flog us with the cat o' nine tails (an elderly Persian cat with nine tails) while we boiled our urine to make water for tea.

We didn't have protest flags, we had knives, kebab skewers and a boarding ladder.
You had boarding ladders? What luxury! We used to dream of one day being able to afford a boarding ladder!
 

d'ranger

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You had boats? We had to find cardboard, tape and leftover twine to make a boat. And rub roadgrease on it so they wouldn't sink.
 

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