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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-25-2004, 10:34 PM Thread Starter
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O/T looking for a small watercraft

Not sure if I want to buy a coleman canoe or just rent a rubber duckie. Just looking for personal opinions. And maybe what color if I go with the rubber duckie.


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Re: O/T looking for a small watercraft

guess I missed that party, but might I suggest an alternate wtercraft.. I dunno why, but this pic really cracks me up....
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Re: O/T looking for a small watercraft

Umm.. Were the hell was he going to go? [img]images/graemlins/chairfall.gif[/img]
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Re: O/T looking for a small watercraft

I don't know. Thats actually a river. what a retard
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I don't know. Thats actually a river. what a retard

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At least you have pretty blue bead locks on your Jeep,

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That's Harry's jeep isn't it???? Wonder where Harry was going???
Ricky...seeya...
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weld all you empty bear cans shut till you get eough to float yourself.
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ive got a small dingy you can use [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]
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Re: O/T looking for a small watercraft

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Not sure if I want to buy a coleman canoe or just rent a rubber duckie. Just looking for personal opinions. And maybe what color if I go with the rubber duckie.


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Well if you get a Coleman canoe- DON'T GET RED!!! They aren't worth a darn!! They tip right over ...... Greenmachine will tell you that.

Ricky could possibly point you in the right direction for a stylish rubber ducky. Yellow is very stylish (more so that the red and black) but they don't have any w/ little duckys stenciled in the sides.
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That's Harry's jeep isn't it????

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Dude, look at Harry's face in that Pic. He looks scared s&amp;!tless!!!
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