Dum, dum, dum, honey what have you done? Dum, dum, dum it's the sound of my gun. Dum, dum, dum, honey what have you done? Dum, dum, dum it's the sound
Janie's got a gun Janie's got a gun Her dog day's just begun Now everybody is on the run Tell me now it's untrue. What did her daddy do? He jacked a little bitty baby The man has got to be insane They say the spell that he was under the lightning and the thunder knew that someone had to stop the rain
Run away, run away from the pain yeah, yeah yeah yeah Run away run away from the pain yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah Run away, run away, run, run away
From The Gunboat G4 Marketing Department: "Stomp on maxis, superyachts, and any grand prix race-boat in sight. The GUNBOAT G4 offers Formula 40 speeds in an easy to handle and forgiving weekender. Unless your fleet includes an AC72, an ORMA 60 or a MOD70, your competition will only see your transoms, which is why your G4 comes clearly marked. You’ll be the envy of everyone on the ICW, with the fastest boat that will fit under the bridges."
Wow, STOMP! Now that's a heck of a descriptive word. It doesn't conjure up the idea of sportsmanship. But hey, that's why they pay the advertising gurus to entice you to spend your hard earned cash on a new toy. Gosh, I want to be the envy of everyone on the ICW.How much does it cost?
Caution: If you make the following drink, you might end up stuck in a bucket! sidenote: I love this drink...my friends love this drink...my wife loves this drink...hopefully you'll love this drink.
1 1/2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
3/4 fl oz (20ml) Rose's Lime Juice
1/4 cup (2 fl oz/60 ml) pineapple juice
3/4 fl oz (20 ml) cachaca
1 1/2 fl oz (45 ml) silver tequila
Chill a stemmed cocktail glass. Half-fill a cocktail shaker with ice and add the lemon juice, lime juice, pineapple juice, cachaca and tequilla. Cover and shake vigourously about 40 times. Strain into the chilled glass and serve at once. Makes 1 kick ass cocktail.
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