Does it involve Lionheart?
That wasn't what I was thinking of JP (or should I say Buff?) but maybe there's some connection there that I'm not aware of.
None of them has entered a boat in the next America's Cup?
They're all French Alumni from the Beaver College sailing team?
O Docker is, strictly speaking, correct. None of them has walked on the moon either. But that's not the connection I was thinking of.
None of them has lived three miles from Beaver College?
Top Shop owner Sir Philip Green has a yacht called Lionheart in which he entertained at least some of those on this list.Ah well, thinking cap back on......
Interesting JP. Although I doubt he entertained the gentleman in the first picture on his yacht.But actually you are sort of on the right track...
Bonnie from Frogma has no idea who any of them are?Just kidding. It's true, but I'm sure it's something far more interesting than that.
So JP knows some of them, and Bonnie knows none of them. That's a bit of a clue too.
OK, I've got it.None of them is entering a boat in the next America's Cup or knows how to roll a kayak.What do I win?
According to spammers, your blog?
Odd one out is the lady in the last picture.That's just because you like to put pictures of half dressed women on your blog.
Well it is true, I do sometimes like to do that. Joe Rouse taught me that bad habit. But she really does have something in common with the other four.
British people who are not entering a boat in the next America's Cup, don't know how to roll a kayak, and put their socks on before their underwear?
Wrong O Docker. Neither of the ladies is British. One of them was actually born in New Jersey. I am surprised that you or Baydog don't know her. It's not that big a state.
So Kirsten Dunst or Giselle Bundchen was born in New Jersey. Who's the dude that I instantly thought was Frank Zappa until I remembered that he died almost twenty years ago? And Baywife says the guy with the fake arms is an actor. Thanks.......
LOL. This is harder for Americans than British people, I think. And the "guy with the fake arms" is an occasional actor but not best known for that.And yes, Kirsten Dunst was born in Point Pleasant and lived in Brick Township. You guys were practically neighbors.
They have all owned a sailboat named "Spotted Dick"
Panda, I'm tempted to say, "You don't know Dick." But I'm much too polite to say that.
Don't laugh, spotted dick is really painful and awfully embarrassing. Where was I? Oh yeah- Point Pleasant? My mom taught 6th grade there for 40 years. And Brick Township? Metedeconk? I need to do some research.
Okay, so Kirsten went to the Ranney School, where as far as I was concerned, only rich, nerdy kids went and got picked up in the short school buses, right in front of their houses.
I like custard on my spotted dick. But I haven't had it for years.
I don't know Jack either.
Anything to do with Billy Connolly's wife Pamela Stephenson who spent a year sailing her yacht around the south Pacific?
Nope. You're further away than you were when you were before!
Grr! ...er... Robbie Williams apparently owns a 115 foot Athena yacht from Riva...er Kirsten Dunst was in a film about William Randolph Hearst's yacht Oneida...
LOL. I will reveal the real answer shortly. Or actually, as it turns out, the wrong answer.