Swimming


#121

Says the fella who gives himself a pat on the back because he runs up a hill. Would it be better if I called it an organic hyper-hydro-core workout?


#122

True. The witch doctors cant accept the older sports are best


#123

It’s great. You can go in any time or tide from the boards, and it’s parallel to shore so it’s safe. In the high summer you can do it without a suit. If you’re thin, you still get very cold.


#124

Swimming in the sea? Next to scumbags and raw sewage? You’d fit right in alright seeing as you yourself are a piece of shit.


#125

No. Next time I’ll be back is the week of the bay swim. Have to be back.in manc by noon the following day then for a wedding then London on Monday :persevere::persevere::persevere:


#126

Swimming in the sea is a pleasure. If you don’t get it then it says every thing about you.


#127

It is one of the finest things in life. How I miss it.


#128

Swimming in the sea is one of life’s great pleasures, kid.


#129

Sure it is, why not just take a bath of toxins and sewage?


#130

Do you normally bath in seawater?


#131

Jesus you’re taking a kicking of late @ChocolateMice. Everything ok?


#132

FFS :joy:


#133

It’s alright mate, we’ve seen this from you before. Frustrated with life and lashing out at all and sundry. We’re here for you.


#134

This thread is very quiet given the weather we’re having. Down the fortyfoot tonight, 3rd day in a row, and the best so far.


#135

Popped down to the Half Moon for a dip after work this evening, magnificent.


#136

Sorry @fran. Just the 2 swims for me yesterday. Fresh in the morning. Warm in the evening.


#137

Spent the last few evenings in seapoint with the little lady, the forty foot is just beyond her talents thus far. She’s no fear in the water so I’ll have to watch her like a hawk


#138

Swimming in polluted waters :joy:


#139

http://splash.epa.ie/#idbw/IEEABWC090_0000_0100


#140

That’s a clamping