I know, exposing my funny side this morning. oh and by the way a ‘Tinnie is an aluminum boat’.
Mike goes to a boat and camping show in the big smoke and wins a tinnie.
He brought it home and his wife looks at him and says,
“What you gonna do with that. There’s no water to Float a boat within 160 Klms of here.”
He says, “I won it and I’m gonna keep it.”
His brother came over to visit several days later. He sees
The wife and asks where his brother is.
She says, “He’s out there in his tinnie”,
Pointing to the paddock behind the house.
The brother heads out behind the house and sees his Brother in the middle of a dry paddock sitting in the
Tinnie with a fishing rod in his hand ..
He yells out to him, “What are you doing?”
His brother replies, “I’m fishing. What the hell does it look like I’m a doing?”
His brother yells, “It’s people like you that give us people from the country a bad name, making everybody think we’re stupid.
If I could swim, I’d come out there and kick your arse!”
How many times have you been camping, on a picnic or fishing and forgotten the can opener. Well here is two remedies that I thought was brilliant. It works on a boat, in the wilderness or picnicking.
I have no idea why someone would want to build a boat like this but it made me laugh. I say good on him, I love the talent of someone who thinks outside the box.
French artist Julien Berthier has designed a fully functional boat to look as if it is sinking. The 6.5m (21ft) yacht was cut in half with a new keel and motor added so it remains in the sinking position while being fully functional. He describes it as “the permanent and mobile image of a wrecked ship that has become a functional and safe leisure object.”
Berthier has sailed across the English Channel to London and has toured it around Europe.
Plenty of unwitting good Samaritans offer assistance presuming he’s sinking.