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White Ribbon
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Topic starter Posted : 23/05/2022 5:31 am
Octo
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I find that disturbing damned  

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Posted : 23/05/2022 8:43 am
White Ribbon
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Posted by: @octo

I find that disturbing damned  

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Topic starter Posted : 23/05/2022 9:19 am
Octo
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I think it's pure speculation. I don't pee in pools Huh!? It's easy, there aren't that many pools around here anyway. There are probably more lakes that pools. It's ok to pee in a lake.

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Posted : 23/05/2022 9:25 am
White Ribbon
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I haven’t been in a pool for decades. I just go to the beach. I actually don’t pee in the water at the beach, if I was desperate I would tho.

 

Bob

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Topic starter Posted : 23/05/2022 9:55 am
Octo
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I'm not sure I'd pee in Australian waters either, something would surely try to kill you like all the wildlife there.

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Posted : 23/05/2022 10:59 am
White Ribbon
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There is a shark net at the beach I go to.

Water is crystal clear, nothing will kill you here. That’s just American propaganda. 

snakes in the bush might, but you just make a lot of noise and they go away. 

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Topic starter Posted : 23/05/2022 11:07 am
Octo
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Right! They follow you without you knowing, just to see where you live so that they can come back when you sleep and strangle you Huh!?  

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Posted : 23/05/2022 3:15 pm
cynicalabsurdance
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i am not touching this.

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Posted : 23/05/2022 4:03 pm
White Ribbon
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Right! They follow you without you knowing, just to see where you live so that they can come back when you sleep and strangle you Huh!?  

Not true. 

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Topic starter Posted : 23/05/2022 10:31 pm
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They gather in a large group and swim very quickly in a tight circle until the create a vacuum that pulls them into the air where they can travel across the land wreaking havoc. They even made a couple of documentaries about it.

 

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Posted : 23/05/2022 10:34 pm
Octo
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I read that on the internets

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Posted : 23/05/2022 11:35 pm
White Ribbon
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Spiders are the ones to look out for. If you try and kill it with spray or a shoe and it gets away, 100% guarantee that spider with be in your bed at night time and likely on your face. I have a kill kill kill method with spiders, unless I know I can kill it with spray and then a shoe, I leave it alone. I’m pretty hardcore at making sure it’s squashed tho. 

I have never seen a snake, only one time when I was doing a long hike in the wilderness and I came across one on the path and I nearly died with fright and literally fell over the edge but managed to hold on to something and got up and walked the other way. It was a black snake, it didn’t even look at me. 

Scream

 

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Topic starter Posted : 24/05/2022 12:43 am

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