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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/29/2012 10:56:55 PM   
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Group B

Fletcher-Class (United States)
Le Fantasque (France)
1936-Class (Germany)

In this group it stands between France and Germany but in the end Germany wins the Swedish votes.




USS Fletcher



Le Fantasque



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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/30/2012 2:31:52 AM   
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Group A

Battle-Class (United Kingdom)
Grom-Class (Poland)
Akisuki-Class (Japan)


Tough group. I quite like all three. But my vote goes to the Akizuki class.




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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/30/2012 2:32:55 AM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1

Group B

Fletcher-Class (United States)
Le Fantasque (France)
1936-Class (Germany)


Definitely Fletcher class

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/30/2012 2:10:51 PM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1

Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Warspite (United Kingdom) vs Kongo (Japan)

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (5) - bradfordkay, redcoat, Zorch, fodder, british exil
vs
Taiho (5) - warspite1, Chickenboy, Orm, Empire101, MAurelius

USS Yorktown (2) - bradfordkay, fodder
vs
HMS Illustrious (8) - warspite1, redcoat, Chickenboy, Zorch, Orm, british exil, Empire101, MAurelius

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Akagi (4) - warspite1, british exil, fodder, Akagi
Lexington (3) - Chickenboy, MAurelius, bradfordkay
Glorious (2) - Orm, Empire101

Most Beautiful Destroyers of World War II

Group A

Akizuki (3) - warspite1, MAurelius, redcoat
Battle (1) - Orm
Grom (0)

Group B

Fletcher (3) - warspite1, MAurelius, redcoat
1936-class (1) - Orm
Le Fantasque (0)

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread



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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/30/2012 2:13:16 PM   
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warspite1

No fans of WWII destroyers out there?

I am! I am!

This is the best category ever....... for bringing so much naval beauty to this forum.

warspite1

Glad to see you like to view ship porn like any self respecting gent Mr O

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/30/2012 5:55:35 PM   
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Flechter and Akizuki.

No idea if they were any good in battle, but they do look pretty.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/30/2012 8:06:51 PM   
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Looks like we are going to have a War In The Pacific on the destroyer front.

Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Warspite (United Kingdom) vs Kongo (Japan)

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (5) - bradfordkay, redcoat, Zorch, fodder, british exil
vs
Taiho (5) - warspite1, Chickenboy, Orm, Empire101, MAurelius

USS Yorktown (2) - bradfordkay, fodder
vs
HMS Illustrious (8) - warspite1, redcoat, Chickenboy, Zorch, Orm, british exil, Empire101, MAurelius

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Akagi (4) - warspite1, british exil, fodder, redcoat
Lexington (3) - Chickenboy, MAurelius, bradfordkay
Glorious (2) - Orm, Empire101

Most Beautiful Destroyers of World War II

Group A

Akizuki (4) - warspite1, MAurelius, redcoat, british exil
Battle (1) - Orm
Grom (0)

Group B

Fletcher (4) - warspite1, MAurelius, redcoat, british exil
1936-class (1) - Orm
Le Fantasque (0)

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread





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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/30/2012 11:44:27 PM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1
No fans of WWII destroyers out there?


Sorry mate. Been away for the holidays what what. I'd like to put in my vote for Akisuki and Fletcher on the DDs. Jolly jolly good.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/30/2012 11:58:57 PM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1

quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

Looks like we are going to have a War In The Pacific on the destroyer front.

Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Warspite (United Kingdom) vs Kongo (Japan)

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (5) - bradfordkay, redcoat, Zorch, fodder, british exil
vs
Taiho (5) - warspite1, Chickenboy, Orm, Empire101, MAurelius

USS Yorktown (2) - bradfordkay, fodder
vs
HMS Illustrious (8) - warspite1, redcoat, Chickenboy, Zorch, Orm, british exil, Empire101, MAurelius

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Akagi (4) - warspite1, british exil, fodder, redcoat
Lexington (3) - Chickenboy, MAurelius, bradfordkay
Glorious (2) - Orm, Empire101

Most Beautiful Destroyers of World War II

Group A

Akizuki (5) - warspite1, MAurelius, redcoat, british exil, Chickenboy
Battle (1) - Orm
Grom (0)

Group B

Fletcher (5) - warspite1, MAurelius, redcoat, british exil, Chickenboy
1936-class (1) - Orm
Le Fantasque (0)

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread

warspite1

Right you are CB old chap. I trust you had an enjoyable soujourn? Anyway, your votes are recorded, what, what.


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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/31/2012 10:19:41 AM   
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This is by far the easiest category you have posted. Even with the misspelling of Akizuki.

Group A
Akizuki

Group B
Fletcher

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RE: Australian Beauties - 12/31/2012 10:30:50 AM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1

Looks like we are going to have a War In The Pacific on the destroyer front.

Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Warspite (United Kingdom) vs Kongo (Japan)

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (5) - bradfordkay, redcoat, Zorch, fodder, british exil
vs
Taiho (5) - warspite1, Chickenboy, Orm, Empire101, MAurelius

USS Yorktown (2) - bradfordkay, fodder
vs
HMS Illustrious (8) - warspite1, redcoat, Chickenboy, Zorch, Orm, british exil, Empire101, MAurelius

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Akagi (4) - warspite1, british exil, fodder, redcoat
Lexington (3) - Chickenboy, MAurelius, bradfordkay
Glorious (2) - Orm, Empire101

Most Beautiful Destroyers of World War II

Group A

Akizuki (6) - warspite1, MAurelius, redcoat, british exil, Chickenboy, fodder
Battle (1) - Orm
Grom (0)

Group B

Fletcher (6) - warspite1, MAurelius, redcoat, british exil, Chickenboy, fodder
1936-class (1) - Orm
Le Fantasque (0)

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread


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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/3/2013 8:17:17 AM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1

Time to bring the outstanding competitions to a close. We have a tie though between Taiho and Essex. Next vote wins it.

Are there any other categories people want included?

Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Warspite (United Kingdom) vs Kongo (Japan)

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (United States) or Taiho (Japan) vs HMS Illustrious (United Kingdom)

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Akagi (Japan) vs Lexington (United States)

Most Beautiful Destroyers of World War II

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Akizuki (Japan) vs USS Fletcher (United States)

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread


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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/3/2013 9:56:50 AM   
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Submarines or MTBs.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/3/2013 8:49:11 PM   
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I must confess that I am a bit surprised by the result of the votes in the destroyer category. I thought there were 6 beautiful destroyers but apparently I was wrong and 4 of them must have been ugly as sin since they did not get any votes except mine.


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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/3/2013 9:01:27 PM   
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I must confess that I am a bit surprised by the result of the votes in the destroyer category. I thought there were 6 beautiful destroyers but apparently I was wrong and 4 of them must have been ugly as sin since they did not get any votes except mine.

warspite1

Don't take it personally old chap! Beauty is in the eye of the beholder .

I wouldn't say ugly as sin but I must admit my reasons for not going with your choices was:

Germany - I do not like the fact that the funnels are different sizes
United Kingdom - Just one funnel - almost in the middle of the ship.. Funnels should be forward to make a ship look mean and purposeful.

Speaking of mean and purposeful, the Fletcher-class take that to another level

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/3/2013 9:52:37 PM   
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I didn't vote for USS Fletcher because I dislike that 5th middle turret.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/4/2013 7:47:10 PM   
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I have not been on here in a while..., Military Ships!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What happened to this wonderful thread? Can someone post some trashy blondes with huge fake boobs to get this back on track!

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/4/2013 8:11:12 PM   
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I have not been on here in a while..., Military Ships!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What happened to this wonderful thread? Can someone post some trashy blondes with huge fake boobs to get this back on track!
warspite1

Well, we are currently looking at beautiful ships of WWII, but I will post a nice picture of an Australian beauty on this occasion Soz, but trashy blondes and fake boobies are not really my thang.






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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/4/2013 9:24:02 PM   
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Soz, but trashy blondes and fake boobies are not really my thang.


Amen! I'm sick of bulging chunks of silicone that look like hard rocks. Breast implants have gotten way out of hand.... maybe not quite the right wording there. So has the blonde bleaching. Dark eyebrows and blonde hair looks trashy. Even Nicole Kidman has that look from down under.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/10/2013 10:19:14 PM   
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bump... WE NEED MORE BEAUTIES.... be they ships, dark haired chicks or anything else good looking....

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/10/2013 10:25:51 PM   
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As you command, My Lord. Here is an Australian Beauty.








http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1DWBKk5xHQ

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/10/2013 10:51:41 PM   
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And a ship. Here are pictures of HMS Gotland.










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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/11/2013 10:16:44 PM   
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Since there is a tie between Taihô and USS Essex I would appreciate if someone could post a vote to break the tie.

Anyone?







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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/11/2013 10:18:22 PM   
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Orm screamed:

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Since there is a tie between Taihô and USS Essex I would appreciate if someone could post a vote to break the tie.

Anyone?


Yeah, I vote for the USS Exxex. Tie broken.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/11/2013 10:21:39 PM   
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ORIGINAL: parusski

Orm screamed:

quote:

Since there is a tie between Taihô and USS Essex I would appreciate if someone could post a vote to break the tie.

Anyone?


Yeah, I vote for the USS Exxex. Tie broken.

Thank you Steiner.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/11/2013 10:25:58 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Orm


quote:

ORIGINAL: parusski

Orm screamed:

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Since there is a tie between Taihô and USS Essex I would appreciate if someone could post a vote to break the tie.

Anyone?


Yeah, I vote for the USS Exxex. Tie broken.

Thank you Steiner.


Anytime, I know you are all counting on me.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/12/2013 4:17:34 AM   
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Essex class of course, first for their excellent damage control and second for their galley system, both of which the Taihô didn't have.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/12/2013 6:01:42 AM   
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ORIGINAL: DivePac88

Essex class of course, first for their excellent damage control and second for their galley system, both of which the Taihô didn't have.
warspite1

Des thanks for popping in but I must point out that excellent damage control and galley systems are irrelevant here. This is all about beauty ONLY.

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RE: Australian Beauties - 1/12/2013 7:02:54 AM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1

Most Beautiful Fast Battleship of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final to be contested by:

Bismarck (Germany) vs Yamato (Japan)

Most Beautiful Battlecruiser of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

USS Alaska (United States) vs HMS Hood (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Inter-War Heavy Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Admiral Hipper (Germany) vs Zara (Italy)

Most Beautiful Pre-War Light Cruiser

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Leander (United Kingdom) vs HMS Southampton (United Kingdom)

Most Beautiful Old Girls Tarted Up For War

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

HMS Warspite (United Kingdom) vs Kongo (Japan)

Most Beautiful Aircraft Carriers of WWII

USS Essex (United States) vs HMS Illustrious (United Kingdom)

The Least Hideous and thus Most Beautiful-Battlecruiser-turned-Ugly-Duckling Aircraft Carrier of WWII

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Akagi (Japan) vs Lexington (United States)

Most Beautiful Destroyers of World War II

Voting closed - in due course the final will be contested by:

Akizuki (Japan) vs USS Fletcher (United States)

Where are all the voters? Clearly you were far too grand to vote on a lowly, common, best looking females competition (and why, as a bloke you would think that, I have no idea) but, well, we've moved on okay?

This is supposed to be a ****ing Wargaming Forum populated in the main by people who know and care about matters military for ****'s sake??!?!? So stop pretending you are too important or superior for this thread and get your votes out for the girls. I think some people don't realise they can be seen viewing the thread


< Message edited by warspite1 -- 1/12/2013 7:24:31 AM >


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Essex class of course, first for their excellent damage control and second for their galley system, both of which the Taihô didn't have.
warspite1

Des thanks for popping in but I must point out that excellent damage control and galley systems are irrelevant here. This is all about beauty ONLY.


Well if that's the case Robert, I think I'll still go for Essex, as I've always thought Taihô's bum was a bit too big.

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