QUOTE(Fast~Eddie @ Sep 8 2003, 03:15 PM)Manana........a boat won't puke on you, poop on you, keep you up all night, if it is a bad boat, you can get rid of it, unlike children
but a baby will not have blown gaskets, worn out impellers, over heating engines, require $300.00 a weekend in gasoline and the retail value goes down hill as soon as it is conceived ;-)
QUOTE(manana-II @ Sep 8 2003, 04:27 PM)but a baby will not have blown gaskets, worn out impellers, over heating engines, require $300.00 a weekend in gasoline and the retail value goes down hill as soon as it is conceived ;-)
"but a baby will not have blown gaskets" NO just a nose that will constantly leak so that NO gasket could stop it. I aint even gonna talk about the other orifices that "leak" on children....
"worn out impellers" No just the 100 dollar bball/skateboarding shoes you will need every 90 days cause they: 1. dont fit, 2. are worn out, 3. are not in style.
"over heating engines" - Overeating sweets then see "blown head gasket"
"300.00 a weekend in gasoline" Priced daycare and a babysitter for some sanity time lately? This figure is only for 6 to 8 months here in Michigan.
retail value goes down hill vs. cost going up every year? At least you can pay off a boat....EVENTUALLY!
With my first child I had the boat first....Bought it when Cole was 3 months old and took her out. She slept like a rock. If you ask her, she'll tell you, she's been boating all her life! Yep, a whole 13 years....
My other one has been on a boat since she was about 6 weeks...........she loves it too.