Do you know how to swim?

Do you know how to swim?

  • Yes, I'm a qualified lifeguard

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  • Yes, got some certificates when I was younger

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  • Yes, Learnt by myself and I'm very confident in my swimming skills

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  • Not really, I'm very bad at swimming

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  • Not at all, I've never swum in my life

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xcalibur

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Where's the "No, I swim like a brick" option?
The last option or second last option.
It depends on how bad
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@RayorDragonFall : The middle option.

People, please read the options through before posting.

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I can swim but(BAD):
*Very slow
*Not for longer than 70 metres(my max. distance, XD)
*Cant save anyone, if I hold someone, I go down...
*Cant dive(part of swimming I gues)
 

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I can only swim on my back, I drowned 3 times in my life (one was when I learned swimming on the back and was lying on water and river took me few meters on deeper water, cose I closed my eyes and was resting , and when I discovered that I dont have ground under my feet I started drowning, If my mother werent there I would propably die (but that was lot of years in the past from now).
 

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..Of course! I love swimming
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Taught myself one day..kinda in a weird way. My dad was trying to teach me at a pool for like 3 days at a hotel, but nothing worked..then later that day I slipped into the deep end, and thought I was gonna drown. Somehow though, I swam to the shallow end again..and after that day I started swimming like crazy. Very fun
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I love swimming! ever since I was a kid, I swim like a fish. My parents made me and my sister go to swimming lessons during the summer (mostly to get us out of the house and make us stop playing nintendo all day)

I too, am allergic to Chlorine tho, so I could never open my eyes in the pool water or they would swell up and get bloodshot and look terrible. I would wear goggles or something...but I could open my eyes in regular water just fine...and nowadays they've developed non-chlorine pool chemicals, so that's good for me!

...I wish I had a pool.
 

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I took some classes when I was younger, I was pretty good at it too. But then a few years in a row I didn't swim and so the talent was forgotten. Ever since then I've been fairly bad at it.
 

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I learnt by myself!! i'm cool! dunno if i can swim enough, but skills learnt without tutor are extra good.
 

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