Topic : Attention Fatty

- what happened next....?

Posted: 17/08/2006 12:14:39
By: Instructor...
They flipped, turned turtle and were mistaken for a great white.

Posted: 17/08/2006 12:29:20
By: Crocodile Hunter
Looks like they ran over the great white!

Posted: 17/08/2006 12:31:34
By: The Judge
the great white that is behind them grabbed the helm and swallowed him whole, the crew released the spinnaker pole dived at the shark prised his jaws open retrieved the helm and then they went on to win.

Posted: 17/08/2006 12:53:47
By: floppy toppy
They Crumbled!!

Posted: 17/08/2006 12:54:44
By: Garry R
Helm" Hey this is bloomin ridiculous I can't believe this boat can't take a piffling 25 stone in the stern"
Crew " Shut up you fat t$%£%r I hear Merlins take a bit more weight , isn't there a red one for sail"
Helm "3408 I think , where's my cheque book"

Posted: 17/08/2006 13:36:26
By: Winking Prawn
Maybe it's not a great white but a white whale surfacing to survey its prey.

Posted: 17/08/2006 14:30:42
By: Crocodile Hunter
'I told you it would only need a 40hp outboard to plane.'

But why is the crew wearing a miner's helmet complete with light?

Posted: 17/08/2006 14:36:04
By: bill (3076)
Perhaps he's a mine sweeper!

Posted: 17/08/2006 14:40:13
By: Crocodile Hunter
Someone told the crew that the Lark was the pits!

Posted: 17/08/2006 14:41:26
By: Stirring it
It's a classic image of our time...

Global warming - new species found in UK waters, Carcharodon carcharias (White Shark), devours evolutionary dead end unable to adapt to changing environment - the Lark....

Posted: 17/08/2006 16:01:08
By: Charles Darwin
Ok, we don't do that girlie roll tacking lark in this boat, we do the "spin" tack. Fat helm dives to stern raising 90% of boat out of water, welsh crew throws himself across. Fast, neat and safe. Try it sometime

Posted: 17/08/2006 17:05:19
By: floppy toppy
I didn't think wing rudders were allowed on a Lark!  Judging from the photo, they're certainly not necessary...

Posted: 17/08/2006 17:11:26
By: deepy


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