"What about Octopusseses?" Sean shouted, causing everyone to look at him and smirk. "Seriously, If I can't pronounce it, it's probably dangerous."
"What about wind burn?" Sean shouted, causing everyone to shake their heads in disbelief. "What? It's a thing."
"What about crabs?" Sean shouted, causing everyone to bust out laughing. "I mean no one wants crabs!"
"What about mermaids?" Sean shouted, causing everyone to go dead silent. "Too much?"
"What about catfish?" Sean shouted, getting weird looks from the group. "I mean one big dogfish and they're history!"
"What about mosquitos?" Sean shouted, getting slapped in the back of the head by Cory. "See! Cory already found one! We're doomed!"
"Am I the only one here who can't swim?" Sean shouted, smiling when Marc laughed so hard he started choking.
"What about seahorses?" Sean shouted, getting everyone to groan. "I mean, I didn't bring a saddle or anything!"
"What about sea monkeys?" Sean shouted, getting no response at all from the rest of the group. "Yeah, that'd be ridiculous. You SEE monkeys at the zoo." He got out as everyone began throwing things at him.
"What about sea monsters?" Sean shouted as everyone looked at him and shrugged. "Rawr?... No? Okay."
"Does anyone else have the urge to sing 'Show me the way to go home'?" Sean shouted, shrugging his shoulders when everyone ignored him.
"What about pirates?" Sean shouted, getting everyone to shake their heads and giggle. "I mean, I don't want no pirate anywhere near my booty!" He got out as Cory raised his eyebrows and nodded, gaining a laugh from everyone.
"What about aliens?" Sean shouted, frowning as everyone looked away from him. "What? Out on the ocean, it would be easy to abduct us. No one would ever know!"
"What about seagulls?" Sean shouted, getting everyone to laugh again as he looked worriedly at the sky. "I can't enjoy myself without worrying if I'm gonna get pooped on!"
"What about whales?" Sean shouted, causing everyone to break out into a fit of giggles once again. "Seriously, they jump out of the water and crush this kind of boat! I've seen it in movies!"
"Yeah, we need this." Marc said to the wheel with a smile as he throttled up, aiming for open water where he'd see the sails of his first Dad's boat fill with the wind once again, thanks to his new family.
Danny listened to the sound of the wind, the water lapping the sides of the boat, and the sound of the engine as it all tried to drown out the giggling of his new brothers. "Yeah, we really do." He replied to Marc with a squeeze, never wanting to let go again.
"And don't even get me started on the whole Moby Dick thing. I got tons of jokes about that guy..."