Discussion in 'transport' started by fractionMan, Jul 20, 2009.
I'd quite forgotten about the first one.
Naming your boat after a hardcore classic is a brave decision, IMO.
B is for Boat is... well... it's not trying so hard, for a start, is it?
I'd go with B is for Boat .
*is listening to the hardcore version*
Used to be on my workout iPod
Aren't you meant to name your boat after your wife or child?
I need more hard house
George Winston Felix the Second?
I think i remember suggesting 'Watery Bastard' last time round but seen as that is a tad vulgar how about
You're really not supposed to go changing a boat's name you know
There are going to be millions of Heart of Golds floating around out there, fwiw.
Stick with Harold and get a big sculpture of the Aussie Jowly One as your figurehead.
or Two Turds in a Boat
Apparently you can if it's in dry dock or something
Or if you cancel it out with women and bananas on board.
That sounds like something rude?
Acacia Avenue, ennit.
What fractionman does on the privacy of his boat is fractionman's business
I do actually like B is for boat a lot.
I'm still lost
Three Turds in a Boat then
http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q="acacia avenue" bananaman&btnG=Search&meta=
I suggest you use your boat for a while and see what it's 'character' is like. Then name it accordingly
Slow, Awkard Bastard it is, then
AKA Money Pit
We need pics!
I think the kitten rule should apply to any "Name my..." whatever threads.
A Salt Rifle
I can't stand that kind of thing.
Ours had the same name for 150 years.
Ilike the idea of an actual name for a boat but Harold is a bit lame.
Call it Dave
Separate names with a comma.