Topic : 2005 year books

got about 10 spare copies , if anybody wants some please email my owner the membership secretary

also please help him he is a busy lad walking me so get those subs rolling in

Posted: 12/02/2007 06:42:05
By: Megan
i wonder how many members realise our secretary employs his dog to write on the forum for him?

Posted: 12/02/2007 12:55:28
By: Mags
From a 1990 defence presentation I attended - 'Our aim is to design a cockpit which can be operated by one man and his dog.  The man's job will be to feed the dog, and the dog's job will be to bite the man if he tries to touch anything'.

Posted: 12/02/2007 13:50:16
By: The old ones are the best
I think we all deserve to have a photo of Megan (and indeed Dudley) somewhere in the photos section for those of us living so far away that we are unlikely to be introduced formally.  In particular we need to know whether Megan is a "one design" or a "development" or "restricted" class of dog.

Posted: 12/02/2007 14:29:00
By: Garry R

Posted: 12/02/2007 15:41:27
By: Dudley
for any hunky male dogs im 2 years old ,available and  a pure english pointer and all women
i like rabbits that cant run too fast and have expensive food tastes
as i do appreciate i have a public to satisfy i will be coming to the Holy Loch to help with boat preparations for the scottish series

woof woof

Posted: 12/02/2007 17:20:46
By: Megan
Two year old Border Terrier looking for English Pointer to share the good things in life and maybe more

Posted: 12/02/2007 17:35:58
By: Max
gsoh ???

Posted: 12/02/2007 19:30:00
By: Megan
real dogs have me and Megan x

Posted: 12/02/2007 22:04:33
By: Dudley
I feel a puppy coming on

Posted: 13/02/2007 08:39:23
By: Minx
I feel we should also mention Buster (Archer) who is also very handsome

Posted: 13/02/2007 08:40:54
By: Minx
and wot might Buster be

Posted: 13/02/2007 09:20:55
By: Megan
Is MROA membership incorporating an affiliation fee to the Kennel Club these days?

Posted: 13/02/2007 09:53:41
By: Garry R
I think Buster is a kind of bull terrier. Ben would be able to confirm his pedigree better than I can.

I have a cat (sorry not a dog) who has a fetish for spinnakers and rolls about on them in a frenzy.

Posted: 13/02/2007 14:25:01
By: Minx3681
buster sounds a bit rough, im a lady

Posted: 13/02/2007 16:30:31
By: Megan
I have spots, just you can't see them as they are on my skin, under my white fur coat, take a close look next time. p.s. I can run faster than any of you

Posted: 13/02/2007 18:14:05
By: Zak
Buster is a British Bull Terrier and is soft as anything, Last time i saw him he was savaged by a sheep dog!!! I am sure he would make a great friend to any diserning bitch who may come along!!!

Posted: 13/02/2007 18:53:53
By: Jeremy3550
well perhaps a valentine bone  and a chaperone might do the trick

Posted: 14/02/2007 09:09:58
By: Megan
Mum is happy this morning as the money that I ate has been refunded by the Mutilated Bank Note Dept of the Bank of England...Nice One! Then I got told off for having muddy paws....can't win...

Posted: 14/02/2007 10:14:52
By: Dudley
Just to let you all know - I don't do slobbery tongues!

Posted: 14/02/2007 10:15:07
By: Fido
Remind me not to borrow any money from Katie. Sounds like Dudley has become a laundering service and the money could be a bit smelly !!

Posted: 14/02/2007 11:45:27
By: Minx3681
Sorry to bring things down to earth; just got my copy of the year book, can anyone tell me what the codes are for the design and builder in the Register of Boats. 

For example, mine is 28vGW, now GW is obvious as I know the boat was built by Guy Winder, is there a table that will match the 28v to NSM4 ?


Posted: 15/02/2007 20:02:14
By: John B (3404)
there should be a reference table in the yearbook, on the page prior to the list of boats.

Posted: 15/02/2007 23:13:50
By: Mags
Found it, think I need glasses - Thanks !

Surprise, Surprise 28v = NSM4 !!!

Posted: 15/02/2007 23:22:11
By: John B (3404)
Whats with all the dog fettish role play that is creeping in.

I dont mind dogs.... (couldn't eat a whole one), but I am really puzzled by this behaviour

A psycologist would have a field day - enough material for an entire conference....

Posted: 16/02/2007 10:03:56
By: .
I think that you are barking mad....and you can't spell!

Posted: 16/02/2007 10:44:39
By: Dudley
The only thing wrong with Dog is that the description of "Mans best friend" id that it sometimes gets spelled backwards.

Posted: 16/02/2007 11:29:34
By: G K Chesterton
I feel I must defend my canine friends with this:
Dogs don't cry or do confessions
though any dog, when mad, could bite.
They don't need analytic sessions,
cause if they're bad, they're not contrite.

Dogs don't lie or try to fool you,
if dogs feel good, they wag their tail.
Dogs can find each disguised virtue,
though their rapport is not for sale.

Dogs don't practice insinuation
never mock their friends or foes.
Dogs confer appreciation
with nuzzles of their cold, wet nose.

Dogs are always kind and gracious,
if they are shamed, they stay tongue-tied.
They never turn fallacious,
I've never known a dog that lied.

When your casting defamation,
the word 'dog' won't depict the cad.
Pick some different appellation
for those you curse when you are mad.

Posted: 16/02/2007 11:38:15
By: Ancient Geek
Well said AG (and Dudley)

Posted: 16/02/2007 11:48:33
By: Minx3681
Im not bovered

tucking into minted lamb chops then out to run with my friend yuli over the canal, a mystical land full of squirrels and rabbits

Posted: 16/02/2007 12:27:21
By: Megan
There once was a feisty young terrier,
Who liked to bite girls on the derrière.
He'd yip and he'd yap,
Then he'd leap up and snap;
And the fairer the derrière, the merrier.

Posted: 16/02/2007 13:28:52
By: >>>>
Suggest you lot have wandered onto the wrong website 

Try this one..........

Perhaps we could go back to talking about boats and sailing ?

Posted: 16/02/2007 13:44:48
By: Hasbeen
Well its just a bit of fun and there are plenty of other threads to read if you don't like this one

Posted: 16/02/2007 14:26:49
By: :(
Squirrels and rabbits uff! Here in Norge we have Elg and Fox happy days

Posted: 16/02/2007 15:09:45
By: Aramintha
Well I cant understand a word of the in-jokes between, but its a great laugh, especially the Terrier Derriere one !

And as a Merlin newbie, I'm really enjoying the 2005 year book !

Posted: 19/02/2007 19:23:16
By: JohnB (3404)


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