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Caption anyone?

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"Squirt-boat sea-kayaks? Whatever next?"

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"Who ate all the pies?"

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As the last of the Navy Seals surfaced, they re-grouped to make their landing.

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Watch out big red "SHARK"
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Der dum, der dum, da da da da da da da da

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"What you got to remeber guys is that he is a whitewater kayaker. It is only natural for him to commit suicide when placed in a sea kayak."

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Can i have my drain plug back now please??
Did u bring the ................,, ooppss

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The re-enactment of the Cockleshell heroes goes wrong when they mine one of their own by mistake....

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"See! I said you were too heavy to sit at the back of a double!"

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"Another split liquid logic boat"

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All good! Brightened my morning. Thanks folks, keep 'em coming!
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Hi
"I told you what would happen if you used your paddle the wrong way round, far to much power when paddling backwards".
Paddle well, Have fun.

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Performance Kayaks wrote:As the last of the Navy Seals surfaced, they re-grouped to make their landing.
My fave so far!
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I knew that last bottle of beer was too much!

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Hey guys! Stop chatting can't you see I'm drowning here!
Can't think of anything to say in less than 50 cha

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"Next, I stop imagining an invisible flagpole in my left hand, pushing him underwater, and
instead, imagine a very thin, but superstrong, cord from my hand to his bow.
Note (tug, tug), how I can pull him out again? The key is to really concentrate, thus.
You can see that mind techniques save an awful lot of bother having to learn x rescue and so forth.
OK, now make groups of two and you practice."

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hhzoombird wrote:"Next, I stop imagining an invisible flagpole in my left hand, pushing him underwater, and
instead, imagine a very thin, but superstrong, cord from my hand to his bow.
Note (tug, tug), how I can pull him out again? The key is to really concentrate, thus.
You can see that mind techniques save an awful lot of bother having to learn x rescue and so forth.
OK, now make groups of two and you practice."
Does this make sense to anybody?

Or am I just losing it today?

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'Dom's latest Squirt boat, that was cut for 250kgs, worked a dream.'
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Does this make sense to anybody?
I think that's the point...

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Post by hhzoombird »

Guess it was a bit random.
Well, made perfect sense to me ;-)

Enjoying all the captions.

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Post by James Frize »

Ah! I get it now.
Had to take it line by line and look at the photo after each bit, but i'm finally there.
It's actually quite good come to think of it ;)

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OK coach I've got the port-starboard balance mastered but what about fore and aft balance?

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...and Darth Wilf used the force to sink the unruly kayaker.

I know its not you Wilf but I couldn't think of a funny name
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Post by StoneWeasel »

"You see boys and girls, this is why you don't let Jim load your boat"

I know this is only relevant if you have seen the legendary pic that keeps on cropping up in the sea and surf forum but ah well.

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He knew before he attempted the space godzilla it was doomed to fail!!

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"...and you see group, that is the reason that three-piece sea kayaks are not recommended for the forgetful kayaker."

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G'day!

Out for some sea kayaking are we?

Fantastic

Cant stay long i gotta get back to Australia, its been a long paddle.

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StoneWeasel wrote:"You see boys and girls, this is why you don't let Jim load your boat"

I know this is only relevant if you have seen the legendary pic that keeps on cropping up in the sea and surf forum but ah well.
What? You mean that there's more than one legendary picture of Jim?
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"I told you to leave the weights behind!"



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