I love to swim fully colthed as a hobbie just wounderd if there was any one else who dose this.
If so if you have kids would you ever let the go swimming fully clothed
Yeh but just like swimming in every day clothe thats the point
To be a writer on Hubpages, you need to have a certain understanding of the written English language.
I'm sorry but you spell words phonetically and this is practically unreadable.
Your one hub is ridiculously short and has spelling errors in the title and url as well as throughout the hub.
And no I don't like swimming with my clothes on, nor would I encourage my kids to do so. Clothes weigh the body down, and increase the risk of drowning.
This is a totally bonkers thread and should be moved where it belongs - to the religion or politics section.
I don't see anything wrong with swimming fully clothed. Just recently after my daughter and I were finished doing some post Hurricane Irene yard clean up, it was such a hot and humid afternoon that we both jumped into the pool fully clothed. It was great! We had fun!
May be we should start sleeping in bed fully clothed too! Why bother? All those civilities! How do they call it in UK? - Rubbish, I think. And wear your street boots inside the house, it's so convenient. I think we should eliminate haircuts and combing our hair too. And please no laundry. Just jump into the river fully clothed with a piece of soap and you'll be clean as a fiddle (or something else). People just don't know the real comfort. Back to nature, I am telling you
Well I don't think there's anything wrong with sleeping fully clothed. I've certainly done that more than once myself. What difference does it make what people wear or don't wear for that matter, just as long as it doesn't hurt anybody else. Home Girl, I kind of like your idea about jumping into the river, fully clothed with a bar of soap, that way you can take a bath and do your laundry at the same time. I also agree with the combing and cutting of hair to be optional and a personal choice... LOL Oh oh, is my libertarianism showing?
Nobody would want to jump in the river near where I live, but separate issue. I don't see what's a big deal about someone just deciding to swim with regular clothes on (and I'm among those who aren't above sleeping in my clothes either, under certain circumstances and if/when that's what works best at the time.)
One thing that may be worth mention here (even if the thread is, shall we say, on the peculiar side) is that people shouldn't let kids wear clothes in pools that have filters (especially powerful filters).
Basically it increases your drowning risk for no good reason.
Of course, there's a difference between standing around in the water in a t-shirt and pair of jeans and doing "major" swimming in a business suit. So the real questions here (for anyone inclined to consider them) are: "What is meant by 'fully clothed""? and "What kind of swimming are we talking about here?" (Also: "Are shoes or boots involved in any the scenarios?" ) (How about hats, scarves, gloves - anything like that? Jewelry? Pantyhose?)
Well I see the OP has had his one hub unpublished. Good.
Now if he were to try again, and explain why he has this compulsion to swim fully clothed in what many of us consider to be a cold country, he might get somewhere.
I would think it belongs under 'psychiatry' if we have such a category.
There are merits to swimming fully clothed in hot climates - not many I must admit because the clothes then have to be washed anyway, to get rid of either chlorine or normal water deposits.
But it simply not normal to swim, fully clothed, in a canal in an English town on a regular basis.
I am not surprise he was barred from his local municipal pool.
And what's with the photo anyway?
yes.. swimming fully clothed is a wonderful experience, as is showering
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