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Old 02-18-2019, 08:08 PM
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Default Going poo poo in the water

what is everyone's thoughts on this ?????? ok for environment or no ? perfectly natural ??? been talking over this with my buddies just want to get the general consensus.
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Old 02-18-2019, 08:09 PM
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Guess it’s kinda like pissing in the wind
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Old 02-18-2019, 08:11 PM
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fish do it
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Old 02-18-2019, 08:12 PM
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Are you talking offshore or just off the sandbar?

Heavy duty trash bag in a 5 gal pail works, wrap it up and duct tape for land disposal
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Originally Posted by gregb5220 View Post
been talking over this with my buddies
What did your buddies say?
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Old 02-18-2019, 08:13 PM
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Where do you think it goes when you flush?

Has been the same water on earth for all eternity, recycled a zillion times - yes you're drinking old dinosaur piss every day.

You may find yourself new best friend with a thousand Bermuda Chubs, they really appreciate burrito cake
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Originally Posted by HTJ View Post
Where do you think it goes when you flush?

Has been the same water on earth for all eternity, recycled a zillion times - yes you're drinking old dinosaur piss every day.
In the holding tank until I'm a certain distance offshore or at a pump station.
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I prefer to just poop on the deck. Or on the hoods of cars owned by chicks at the gym.

But actually, go for it. Fish do it. There's all sorts of stuff that'll eat it and break it down. I piss off the side all the time while under way. Crap off the side but usually stopped.
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Originally Posted by rbhankins001 View Post
In the holding tank until I'm a certain distance offshore or at a pump station.
I was referring to your house...or any and all animals pooping outside.
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Originally Posted by HTJ View Post
I was referring to your house...or any and all animals pooping outside.
this is a boating website bruh
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Originally Posted by williamwallus View Post
I prefer to just poop on the deck. Or on the hoods of cars owned by chicks at the gym.

But actually, go for it. Fish do it. There's all sorts of stuff that'll eat it and break it down. I piss off the side all the time while under way. Crap off the side but usually stopped.
mullet come right to human feces ewwww

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Y’all need to go fish or dive into a Netflix series. Damn.
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Wow, could be a new “all time low” for THT.
I wouldn’t go that far. We’ve had some pretty stellar threads throughout the years.
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Was once about 110 miles offshore when the bubble
gut hit me. I was on the swim ladder when I just happened to look back and see a 6’ shark circling the boat. Had to decide weather to hope he wasn’t interested or poop all over my buddies boat. They got a good kick out of hearing me stress over the thought of a shark biting my twig and berries off.
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now that we're talking shit !.

we have a regulation that says that we must keep a 2 litre bailing device on board 'also known and marked as the dunny ',when you gotta go you gotta go ,afterward , swing the bucket overboard as burlie,

i have to admit that i have hung off the swim platform once or twice when in dire need .... ..
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Just make sure you are upwind and upstream of the offending party.
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Old 02-18-2019, 09:56 PM
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Its ok if they sink. Not ok if they float.
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