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Good evening all, To those who dont know me from COD WAW, Welcome to my profile and hope to meet you all

on one of the servers.

Im from South Africa in a town called Mossel Bay. Mossel Bay is worldly known for Their Great White sharks.

We also have the second most moderate climate next to Hawaii, Guinness Book of Records confirmed :))

We also boast with the first "post office", Well its just a Milkwood tree really.

Usually play FreezeTag but also on the newer Sniper server.

And my life revolves around my 3 three cats.. Yes i own three cats, Togger Oros and Peanut.

Well thats me, not more to add to that. If you'd like to know more, drop me a message.

ShaunZAR

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I spent many happy months in SA in 1974, including near you in Port Elizabeth, in fact I used to swim there until one of the locals asked why I wasn't afraid of the sharks, I had no idea there were any until then, that was the last swim, beautiful country.

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Yeah Port Elizabeth is not to far from here, +-400km.

And oh boy here are huge sharks, see you all later, I'll be on in an hour

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Hi Shaun, I hope your doing well this day..   Just wanted to let you know it's always a pleasure playing this game with you in it...   see you in game...

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On 5/9/2019 at 6:42 PM, Adalya said:

Hi Shaun, I hope your doing well this day..   Just wanted to let you know it's always a pleasure playing this game with you in it...   see you in game...

Hi my Friend, thank you.. i appreciate it. so do I.

See you on the battlefield!

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On ‎3‎/‎31‎/‎2019 at 11:04 AM, RobMc said:

I spent many happy months in SA in 1974, including near you in Port Elizabeth, in fact I used to swim there until one of the locals asked why I wasn't afraid of the sharks, I had no idea there were any until then, that was the last swim, beautiful country.

Maybe the sharks have taste, buddy?

I don't know, just askin'.

Maybe the sharks are allergic to toxins?

Still wonderin'.

I was swimming off the beach offa Waimai Bay in Oahu, trying to get back to my wife, son, and daughter, about 500 yards (450 "metres," if you're @RobMc or @Athena).  Unbeknownst to me, the prevailing currents run east-to-west, so I was being drawn out in the ocean.

I was so busy taking underwater pics of the silvery fish swimming next to me that I didn't check my bearing. 

When I finally stopped to see where I was, thinking that I shoulda been close, I was about 500 yards off-shore.  I looked around--no one within 300 yards of me--and looked down, and all I saw was black.

I started turning around looking for shark fins, and started swimming for life, imagining that the sharks were circling below, eyeing their next feast.

I'm 6'1" tall and about 230 lbs., kinda chunky, but I "hold it well."

When people say "Fat floats in salt water," it's a lie.  Even with a lung-full of air, I still sink like the proverbial stone, so I have to actively swim.

When I finally felt sand underneath my feet, I stood there, hands on knees, breathing heavily, and my ex-wife came up to me and said "Paul, where have you been?"

I pointed out to the ocean and said, "Holy crap, I was way out there!!"

She said, non-chalantly, "Oh, I was wondering where you were."

Those sharks woulda feasted for at least a coupla weeks.

Lol.

Ayaq

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Misspelled "Waimai."

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Hi Shaun, I've always wanted to visit South Africa. I have watched several videos on YouTube filmed in your country, they are about hunting with pre-charged pneumatic rifles. Looks like fun. Anyway, see you in freezetag, SuperNate

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@AyaqGuyaq I know the feeling. Not as bad as yours but that tingle up you spine knowing something could get you. I have had that here in Mossel Bay while scuba diving. It always seems to happen when I'm hungover. But fact is, more people get killed by cattle than sharks. Only 6 people per year get killed by sharks (according to QI) 

@SuperNate there is a lot of hunting here, just works out expensive for us as South Africans, but hunting season is coming up now. We're going into winter now

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13 hours ago, AyaqGuyaq said:

Maybe the sharks have taste, buddy?

I don't know, just askin'

Yea well from underneath, silhouetted against the sky, I look a lot like a seal, a big juicy one, not keen on sharks.

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