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Poll: Can your child swim?
  • 42.7% - Yes! 418
  • 12.5% - Only just enough to be safe. 122
  • 15.5% - No, but they will be learning this summer. 152
  • 1.5% - No, I don't see the need. 15
  • 27.8% - I don't believe that water really exists. It's all just liberal propaganda. 272
979 votes

Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist? Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed. For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?

BobInFla


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If he/she/it ever swims in the water 'round here, he/she/it would probably get eaten by a Crock-O-Gator.

elfnow


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BobInFla wrote:If he/she/it ever swims in the water 'round here, he/she/it would probably get eaten by a Crock-O-Gator.



I've been to Florida and have seen many crockogators... and my kid would be not much more than bait for one. :P

sockmonstermom


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Obvious choice missed: my child is too little to learn.

morganwicker


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Better than I do, and I'm no slouch.

charliecarroll


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Can he swim? Boy, can he! Not only that but no matter how I tie the knot and no matter how much weight I put in the bag he can get loose and swim to shore!

tahsathezombieslayer


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Water is not real. I can not believe that people think it exists! It's all just a way for the government to get our money.

bblhed


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I live on a lake and all the children in my neighborhood can swim, I have to say that is one of the good sides of pier pressure. Then when they are teenagers they swim to the island for parties and that is the downside of it.

goddess8681


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sockmonstermom wrote:Obvious choice missed: my child is too little to learn.



You can teach babies to swim.

RKett


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goddess8681 wrote:You can teach babies to swim.



you can teach them to stay afloat, swim, not so much.

ThunderThighs


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RKett wrote:you can teach them to stay afloat, swim, not so much.

My son was swimming 10-15 ft under water at about 7 months. He loved water.



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MarkMVP


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sockmonstermom wrote:Obvious choice missed: my child is too little to learn.



kids are born in water, they can't be too little