Merging Boats

I’ve managed to acquire my second boat, although I am now questioning what the point of buying a second boat was. It isn’t like I can use them both at once. Then again, plenty of people who play the guitar have more than one. I guess they just like to mix it up. But what if you could put all of your guitars together? Wouldn’t that create a super guitar that you’d always want to use? Maybe I should try doing that with my boats. And no, I’m not talking about using pieces of both boats to make a new boat. I’m talking about joining the two boats, side by side, in order to make a wide super boat. I’m thinking that superglue probably isn’t going to get the job done, so I’ll have to turn to someone who can do marine stainless steel fabrication around Melbourne and convince them to combine my two boats.

Just think about how awesome it would be to travel across the open seas with two boats. Double the power, double the space, double the awesomeness. I haven’t pitched the idea to my dad yet, but I’m sure he’s going to love it. After all, the idea is simply genius. I’m not one hundred per cent sure how it’s going to work, but I have a feeling that we may be able to stick some bait boards together or something. Not that I have the slightest clue how a bait board works.

Honestly, I think this might be the greatest idea anyone has ever come up with. Why hasn’t someone thought of this before? I bet that everyone will be so impressed that they’ll want a ride on my double boat. I could charge them, and then I’d be able to pay off my new boat in no time at all. Yeah, I think the future is going to be pretty great for me.

– Sam