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Rocks were uninvited and came at a bad time. I said "HEY! THERE ARE FUCKING ROCKS, LOOK OUT" and yet, shitty captain steered right for them and smashed the goddamn boat. Heh. So now I'm trying to understand that psychology of rocks. 🤣

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FYI "HEY THERE ARE FUCKING ROCKS" caused unseemly chortling on public transport. I hear ya @fox. Uninvited rocks and invited fishes are in no way comparable and I fear had I experienced what you described I would have been sorely tempted to mutiny and leave the captain stranded on the aforementioned rocks with EXTREMELY limited provisions. 

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11 hours ago, hirondelle said:

FYI "HEY THERE ARE FUCKING ROCKS" caused unseemly chortling on public transport. I hear ya @fox. Uninvited rocks and invited fishes are in no way comparable and I fear had I experienced what you described I would have been sorely tempted to mutiny and leave the captain stranded on the aforementioned rocks with EXTREMELY limited provisions. 

And almost two years later, that is closer to where I am. Now that my brain is much more clear of fog and cobwebs.

And this conversation. Has damn near made everything worth it. ;) As I said elsewhere, I'm hella amused.

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On 11/7/2018 at 5:54 AM, fox said:

And almost two years later, that is closer to where I am. Now that my brain is much more clear of fog and cobwebs.

And this conversation. Has damn near made everything worth it. ;) As I said elsewhere, I'm hella amused.

Love you @foxy lady 

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