How is it lit though ?? 😂😂
was trying to keep up with my older sister while swimming but I was too short and almost drowned and that's when I literally GRABBED ONTO A RANDOM PERSON'S SHOULDER JUST TO STAY ALIVE XDXDXDXDXD
Thank you Gabriella, it would’ve been shameful to have drowned in a public pool. No thank you to myself, who let me slide down the river rapids without thinking about the depth of the water.
Once when I was like seven (I used arm floats & didn’t know how to swim) my uncle threw me into the pool. And I mean actually fucking yeeted me, not a push A YEET.. and my aunt saved me :)
bro there was this girl who was testing me and my patience at like 7years old to see if o could swim in the deep end so I let go of the edge and started sinking until my uncle grabbed my arm and pulled me up out of the water (angel)
I was absolutely fucking terrified of drowning so my grandma paid for swimming lessons for me and my brother to ensure that we didn't.
Even worse I got drowned getting sprayed with the hoes and climaxed into the brick wall from the house, and yes I have a knot on my forehead and STILL have it to this day..it’s faded but every time I have a “slow” moment, I go back to that time and realize why I’m like that lmao
I almost drowned multiple times. One of which my grandma and babysitter were watching and my 9 year old sister I to save me. I was six. They were watching me almost drown.
When I was like 5 and my sister was like 10 we were fighting over a pool noodle and she pulled it and I ended up letting go and fell in the pool and my mom (fully clothed) jumped in and got me out
when i was really small, we were at the ocean, and my mom told me to run from the waves, so i ran INTO the water, instead of FROM the water. My brother had to fish me out of the ocean lol
Happened to me once. I was swimming in the sea for almost 5 hours straight with breaks for lunch and snacks. I got really tired and couldn’t swim and the water became really deep early on, but the lifeguard didn’t help and just shouted at me to get closer to the shore. I couldn’t move because I was trying to keep my brother’s head above the water