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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #30 on: 15.08.2007, 09:16:13 »

Hmm, 2.20 meters... just enough for Barney to be completely submerged... I think I'll be more in for a shower though...
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #31 on: 15.08.2007, 12:43:54 »

i'm 6.2 so yeah just enough :>

but sauna for the win ;>
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #32 on: 17.08.2007, 20:57:15 »

Well this lil cooneh cant swim :P so someone should watch out from me when i head off to the pool :P
Especally when ive got the history of saving someone from drowing in the deep end of the pool, only to start going under myself after gettin them to the side xD

The things ya do for friends xD :P

sooo really what im asking is...ish there anyone being lifeguard at the pool or such :P

Don't worry Pinky, I can save you! I'm all qualified and everything.

And I promise I'll do CPR without tongues XD
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #33 on: 17.08.2007, 20:59:24 »

I'll bring my jetski  ;D
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #34 on: 18.08.2007, 18:01:49 »

Well this lil cooneh cant swim :P so someone should watch out from me when i head off to the pool :P
Especally when ive got the history of saving someone from drowing in the deep end of the pool, only to start going under myself after gettin them to the side xD

The things ya do for friends xD :P

sooo really what im asking is...ish there anyone being lifeguard at the pool or such :P

Don't worry Pinky, I can save you! I'm all qualified and everything.

And I promise I'll do CPR without tongues XD


Awww that takes all the fun out of drowning xD
But thankies :P if ya see a lil coon flailing about in the water, its prob gonna be me :P
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #35 on: 26.08.2007, 22:13:47 »

talking about sauna....if anyone feels like wanting to burn his hide then he should attend us Finnish furs to teh sauna ;)...i dear ya  8)
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #36 on: 27.08.2007, 02:18:48 »

20min at 80/90°C :>
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #37 on: 27.08.2007, 08:55:19 »

Actually what I remember from Finnland was around (only) 80 °C with high huminity instead of the 90-110 °C stone dry you find around Germany a lot. Count me in, guys!
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #38 on: 27.08.2007, 09:01:51 »

Swimming, yes!

Boiling alive... I'll pass.
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #39 on: 27.08.2007, 16:07:26 »

and what about both ?

boil alive then jump in some freezing cold water ? :>

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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #40 on: 27.08.2007, 16:30:40 »

boil alive then jump in some freezing cold water ? :>

I would SUGGEST to use a freezing shower after the boiling BEFORE using the public pool.


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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #41 on: 29.08.2007, 07:51:12 »

why ? :>
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #42 on: 29.08.2007, 08:23:32 »

why ? :>

This is some brand new invention from the last centuries.
It is called "hygiene".
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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #43 on: 29.08.2007, 08:58:39 »

This is some brand new invention from the last centuries.
It is called "hygiene".

Says a fox ?!?  :P
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Fawks Beaumont

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Re: Sauna & Pool
« Reply #44 on: 29.08.2007, 14:27:07 »

You have to remember, some places it is completely normal to not shower before using a public pool, some places you have to quickly rinse off, and others, you have to take a full shower before entering (soap, shampoo, and the whole nine yards).
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