Love Boat

A regional term for marijuana dipped in formaldehyde; PCP; blunts mixed with marijuana and heroin
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But you don't love boats like I do, and I know you think I'm making a fool of myself.
From 1977-1986, MacLeod won the hearts of millions of viewers playing everyone's favorite cruise ship captain on "The Love Boat," as Princess Cruises served as the backdrop for what became one of the highest-rated primetime television shows in history.
In the play Love Boat or [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Sofinat al-Hobe)--no relation to the '70s TV show--which was performed in April in Amman, Jordan, at the French Institute's Cultural Center, Syrian actor/director Nawar Bulbul used comedy, singing, and dancing to reveal the resilience of Syrian refugees even in the face of physical violence, imprisonment, and loss of life.
1970s television show "The Love Boat," has sailed its final voyage to a ship-breaking yard on Turkey's Aegean Sea coast, a shipping group said.
ron Spelling's "The Love Boat," starring Gavin MacLeod as the ship's captain, ran on the U.
EXCLUSIVE by Laura Armstrong MEL B is scarily raunchy as she canoodles with husband Stephen Belafonte on their own love boat.
Fans of 1970s TV series Love Boat are mourning the loss of the ship which was the setting for the show.
SIR - I was intrigued by your tale of the millionaires' Love Boat putting into Cardiff ("The World, but not as we know it.
LOVE BOAT CAPTAIN, unsuccessful in ten starts on the racecourse proper, landed his fifth win of the term at last Sunday's Ballymacward horse and pony races in County Galway.
You'll see the results and you'd expect Gilligan's Island to show up, but you also find that he shows up on The Love Boat.
But concerns that the coochie-coochie Love Boat guest star didn't have enough clout in Europe nixed that notion.