Human depravity

JumbleDuck

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I was in Tobermory a couple of days ago, muttering to myself as I replaced the terminally kinked discharge pipe from my sea toilet. Not a pleasant job, but by stuffing some rag in the cut ends I managed to prevent any of the impacted solid, erm, contents, of the bisected original pipe from spilling 'twixt boat and marina skip.

From which it was nicked within an hour. Golly.
 

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I was in Tobermory a couple of days ago, muttering to myself as I replaced the terminally kinked discharge pipe from my sea toilet. Not a pleasant job, but by stuffing some rag in the cut ends I managed to prevent any of the impacted solid, erm, contents, of the bisected original pipe from spilling 'twixt boat and marina skip.

From which it was nicked within an hour. Golly.


Recycled surely.
 
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There are people who pay a lot of money for dumping and hosing.
 

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when I bought my Eventide in 1980 it was on condition (from my 3 female family members) that a new boat must have a loo. However, the seller confessed the loo did not work and it was so old no seals were available. So skipped it and of course it was not there the next morning.
 
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