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  1. So I just went swimming. It was kinda crowded and it's a small pool, only 5 lanes and 25 meter long. 2 lanes were used by some that were practicing some swimming stuff. 1 lane was for slow swimmers. 1 lane was for water-running.. and the remaining 1 lane was for regular/fast speed swimmers.

    As I swim ok fast, I go the regular/fast lane. There were two others who swimmed about the same speed or a bit faster than me.. and one who was a complete moron who apparently could not read or realize how slowly she was swimming. She didn't even go to the slow lane when that lane had become completely empty. Earlier when I looked at the people in the slow lane.. even they swimmed faster than this dummy.

    Then I constantly needed to stop at the ends of the pool and wait.. Finally I was totally cold and shivering.. and even the sauna felt cold after that, I had to throw one bucket of water into the kiuas to feel warm again.. and then another bucket to feel like I had been in a sauna.

    Yea, next time I need to go earlier, so that the pool is more empty... uhh...

    The ticket selling lady was nice.. and hot :D

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    2. Krispy


      You guys would hate what I did over the summer. I "volunteered" at a surf camp in California, which basically meant that I had to don a wetsuit and yellow buoy and wait right at the spot where the waves crashed for any kids who fell off their boards. Then I had to get them the hell out of the "danger zone" as quickly as possible before another wave came. It was cold.

    3. GreyGhost


      DoomUK said:

      Marine mammals get on just fine without them. And they're much better swimmers than we are.

      But they can still drown.

    4. baronofheck82


      DoomUK said:

      If humans needed to be in the water we would have developed the biological equipment to save us from drowning already.

      It's funny you would mention that; humans are actually born knowing how to swim, but we forget how soon after we're born.