The origin of Messing About In Sailboats

  • The original quote is from Kenneth Grahame's Wind In the Willows: "There is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats."

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February 12, 2011



Were there crayons?

Joe Rouse

Did you use a Polaroid camera? What did you talk about? Now, the most important question, was there rum?


I see beer. I see ketchup. I don't see rum.

Adam Turinas

Answers to the above
1. Crayons no. She used food
2. Not a polaroid but hipsmatic app on iphone
3. You both
4. Not to my knowledge

Joe "Rum is fun?" Rouse

no rum, no least you guys weren't wearing blazers.

what do you mean you were taking about us? ...and how did Bonnie draw with food? now I need some rum.


Hm, can't wait to hear the answer to that one myself!


Great to see you guys and girls "unveiled" in my lunch break.

Smooth Sailing!
and greetings from Germany

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I was a little confused with the drawing; because as what you have said, they used foods on that drawing. And that drawing of a mermaid seems that it has been used up by a crayon. Isn't it confusing? And it seems that they were happy on that event.

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