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jerseysportfisher

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So yesterday my wife surprised me and showed up at the boat with Jr. we got him established playing with his toys. I ask her to go take the end of the hose, and hook it up into the spigot. Ten minutes later i go to use the hose, and bewildered that no water is coming out ????? so i follow the hose, which didn'g go far, sure enough the bastard is cranked up on the shaft :rolleyes:


atleast she tried :D
 

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Better than her putting a fuel nozzle in a rod holder to fill the tank.
I know someone who had that happen @ the Vineyard on the Cape some years ago.
A whole harbor was evacuated as a result !

Haha... watched that happen once too. 5 gal jug. Stopped her after a couple gallons though
 

jerseysportfisher

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Better than her putting a fuel nozzle in a rod holder to fill the tank.
I know someone who had that happen @ the Vineyard on the Cape some years ago.
A whole harbor was evacuated as a result !


i watched 3 drunks do that in my old marina, fire dept came down and pumped 200 gallons into the creek.



she's fake blonde btw, natural color is auburn
 

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She's got balls???? :eek: Ian will want to meet her. :D

BTW, where has Mousetrap been?? Must be busy moving. :confused:

It has been a while (and this post is a month old! :( ). We are busy moving, about two weeks now. We won't be anywhere near water in Nashua, and I haven't been in the salty mood lately. Housing is significantly more expensive in the Nashua area than the Portland area, so my dream to buy a bigger boat has been put off.

I'm still lurking here every once and a while.
 
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