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Old 12-27-2013   #1
 
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Must have garage storage item!

The first thought that came to mind when I saw this? Groover Rack....

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I'll bite...why do kayakers need so many buckets?
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This is posted this in the Raft/Gear Talk Forum.
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I'll bite...why do kayakers need so many buckets?
I don't know, why do kayakers need so many buckets?

1. because it is easier to wash their drytop in a bucket than in their helmet.
2. because they found a bucket as a nifty seat laying on the side of the road.
3. because it is a good place to hide the empty beer cans they stole from rafters.
4. because they are perfect suitcases when you friends girlfriend finally kicks you out of their house.
5. because with just a few buckets and drumsticks a kayaker can earn an honest living, Video: STUPENDOUSLY AMAZEBALLS DRUMMING! #madskillz ~ Frequency.
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Sorry Bri that thing makes little sense...it clearly makes the buckets take up ALOT more space than 3 stacks of 3 buckets...setting them diagonally so they protrude out more is flat out idiotic...Any particular reason someone would be storing 45 gallons of excrement,or need the buckets to do so?Outfitting a group from the Golden Corral ?Rafters WTF!
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It does make them easier to access, however, I would have to think that yanking a fully loaded bucket at shoulder height out of that thing wouldn't be all too easy to do
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Do you guys groove at home or something?
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As a general rule it takes 9 buckets to contain the dismembered parts of cranky bouncy boaters who challenge the kayaker who takes the last beer without asking........

Of note, it rarely takes more than 5 buckets to contain the dismembered parts of uppity Kayakers who take the last beer without asking.

Not sure why that is.
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