The origin of Messing About In Sailboats

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February 26, 2012

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tillerman

What a wonderful idea! Sailors are never happier than when they have something knew to argue about.

Baydog

Oh yes they are!

tillerman

I am convinced that yacht clubs were invented to give grumpy sailors endless opportunities for disagreeing with their fellows and starting feuds and bearing grudges for so many years that they forget what grudged them in the first place.

Adam Turinas

That's why I am member of two. One club isn't enough to feed my ire

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