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  • n. A ship designed to transport bananas
  • n. A cocktail made from a melon liqueur, a banana liqueur, curacao and pineapple juice

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  • n. a ship designed to transport bananas

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  • Where I come from a banana boat is a specially shaped dish for a banana split.

    April 27, 2010

  • That'll do it. :-)

    April 27, 2010

  • Yes, we have no tarantulas. We have no tarantulas today.

    April 26, 2010

  • chorus

    Daylight come and me wan' stop singing the chorus....

    April 21, 2010

  • HUHbeautiful bunch of brrrright baNAAANAAA!

    April 21, 2010

  • chorus

    Daylight come and me wan' go home....

    April 21, 2010

  • Six-foot, seven-foot, eight-foot BUNCH!!

    April 21, 2010

  • chorus

    Daylight come and me wan' go home....

    April 19, 2010

  • Oops. I thought it went 'Here I come...' rather than 'Daylight come'.

    Oh well... ♫Stack banana till the mornin' come

    April 17, 2010

  • chorus

    Daylight come and me wan' go home....

    April 17, 2010

  • HUHwork all night on a drrrink of rrrrum!!!

    April 17, 2010

  • That sounds much better than the what I've heard called a banana boat, which are those very small, very tight speedo-style bathing suits for men. I believe they're more common in Europe than America. Also known as a banana hammock.

    April 16, 2010

  • I went camping once with this girl who had concocted an ingenious treat she called a 'banana boat'. She slit a banana down the side, scooped out about half of it, filled the resultant empty space with peanut butter, bar chocolate, and marshmellows, folded everything back up, wrapped in aluminum foil and stuck in the coals till it was all mushy and melty. Sweetest, sugariest, stickiest, messiest banana I've had in my life. And Hercules, was it good.

    April 16, 2010

  • Here I come and me wanna go home!

    April 16, 2010

  • DAAY-AAAY-AAAY-YO!

    April 16, 2010

  • DAAAAAYYYYY-O!

    April 16, 2010

  • "When bananas were broadly introduced in the 1880s, tableware designers and glass manufacturers quickly responded by producing special footed serving bowls, called banana bowls or banana boats, which carefully cradled a bunch of bananas."
    —Susan Williams, Savory Suppers and Fashionable Feasts: Dining in Victorian America (New York: Pantheon Books, 1985), 108

    April 14, 2010