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Bought a pool, can't use it

by TheUnknownComic on April 12, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I know how to swim, I just can't. So I can wade in the pool, or use paddle board or something. I will probably float on a lounger or something at some point. However, in order for my back to heal, no freestyle swimming (backstroke is out too, can't hold my neck in the butterfly position, and the only breast stroke I like to do requires a woman).

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