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New olympic sport.

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Freediving Sloth
Sep 8, 2002
What shall this new discipline be called?


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Maybe we should also put spearguns in their hands..
And then make other men ride spotted dolphins and put hawaiian slings in their hands...
And shoot an aquatic western movie...
They could have tunas instead of buffalo's...
It will defenitly be better than 'water world'! :D
New Olympic Sport?

I don't know what they will call it but....

It DOES give a whole new meaning to the phrase

Don't let the fin hit ya where the good Lord split ya'

Will it be separate competitions or mixed? :naughty

Re: New Olympic Sport?

Originally posted by bdurrett

Don't let the fin hit ya where the good Lord split ya'

rofl rofl rofl rofl rofl rofl

now that brings a whole new meaning to the word seahorse
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