WTF Wednesday: Sea Captain Date

Well, here's a first: I've never done a WTF Wednesday before that didn't follow a See You Next Tuesday.  But this week, I stumbled onto a wonderful WTF moment that didn't quite rise to the level of substantive analysis and journalistic integrity of a See You Next Tuesday.  So, today I bring you a very special WTF to make your Wednesday as weird as mine is.

Courtesy of my college roommate Andrea, I found Sea Captain Date, an unbelievably awesome addition to the world of online dating. The site is everything you'd expect if you'd ever given any thought to the below-deck urges of sea captains (see what I did there? SEA WHAT I DID THERE?).  From the website:
"Sea Captain Date is the only place for Sea Captains to connect with men and women who share a love of the ocean.
With thousands of Captains already online, SeaCaptainDate.com is the destination for romance on the seven seas!"

Here's a screen shot of just a few of the plethora of eligible sea captains I saw when I searched for a zip code near my harbor-side wedding!  Who still needs a plus one, guys?

Click to view FULL SIZE ladies!!!!!!

I haven't been that turned on by a sea captain since Voyage of the Mimi!

Now listen, for those of you who want to burst my bubble and tell me that this couldn't possibly be a real site, I don't want to hear it. That's what you said about Bonzai Kitten and ManBeef.com and Black People Love Us, and it just about broke my trusting internet heart.  If I can't find men like this on the internet, I don't even want to blog anymore:


Oh Seahawk, did a professional take that photo?  So eat your heart out, sea-captain lovers! You can enjoy both this great site AND the fact that, no matter how tempting it might have been, I refrained this entire post from making a pun about a poop deck.
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February 22, 2012 at 3:19 PM delete

CHEESE N CRACKERS... WTF SMH LOL... SIGH**

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February 22, 2012 at 11:05 PM delete

No joke, PopEye22 may actually be the captain of the Mimi...Captain Clement Tyler Granville, of course. A rare sighting of Peter Marston the actor (screen name PopEye22): http://youtu.be/b6nRAe-tb3Q

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February 29, 2012 at 9:38 AM delete

what do you make of these? Painted bricks? http://www.buddingco.com/Sea-Captain-Date-PicBrick-p/sc_picbrick.htm

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