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  1. blubbermarble

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    I like to swim with my diving mask and fins on in a swimming pool because it looks better for me.

    I do not want to let the water go in to my nose. I don't use a snorkel, just hold my breath. If i use a snorkel to swim underwater, the water will go in and i get a mouthful of water, which is hard to hold my breath.

    What about u?
     
  2. VinsCool

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    Looking to all your previous posts, the only question comes to my mind is:

    What's about all this swimming thing? a fetish or something?
     
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  3. blubbermarble

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    Swimming is my hobby
     
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    I've never swum in a pool with a mask and fins. I think it's strange
     
  5. Providen

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    In the childhood, I loved to swim in a mask and fins. In such equipment, I swam both in the sea and in the pool. I swam like this because I was annoyed when water got into my nose and eyes..
     
  6. Purple_Shyguy

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    Goggles? Yes. A full mask? No.

    No idea how people can open their eyes under chlorine water. IT STINGS!
     
  7. 2Hack

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    i love how that is a genuine question, and how that seems so tame considering the other things out there in the abyss
     
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  8. The Real Jdbye

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    I agree, I don't like water getting in my nose either, and apparently I don't have the natural ability to keep the water out that most people have, water always ends up in my nose if I don't block it with one hand, even though I'm not breathing through it.
    But that's why I swim on my back. I find fins too cumbersome, never liked them. I do usually wear swimming goggles though.
     
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  9. alexander1970

    alexander1970 Try to Live in here and now.
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    No....no longer diving/Head under Water..I think I overdid it in my Childhood...

    Now I have a little "anxiety" to dive,because getting Water in my Ears.....
    I had it often in the Past and that was not funny.....many People will know and fear (for sure) that Moment,when your Ear(s) are "closed"......

    So,no for me..no longer diving/putting my Head under Water.:)





    That means,I wear my Diving Mask and Fins,when I go to Bed.
     
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  10. AmandaRose

    AmandaRose Do what I do. Hold tight and pretend it’s a plan
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    Sometimes when I go swimming I wear nothing at all :evil:
     
  11. alexander1970

    alexander1970 Try to Live in here and now.
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    ..was that really necessary....:rofl2:
     
  12. AmandaRose

    AmandaRose Do what I do. Hold tight and pretend it’s a plan
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    Is swimwear really necessary? :rofl2:
     
  13. alexander1970

    alexander1970 Try to Live in here and now.
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    Should I post a Picture from myself without....? hmmm.gif


    That would relativize your Question...for sure......:rofl2:
     
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