Select Page tina kay in leaving on a jet plane.

Things That No One Talks About But It's Reality

We learn a lot in class and spearfishing with others but we didn't learn this! These are some of the more “unpleasant” realities of diving. But I think it's good to know you aren't alone – so here goes:

Unpleasant Realities

Unpleasant Realities

1. Peeing

The old saying goes:

There is two type of divers, those who pee in their wetsuit and those who lie about it. When you are first down there, you wonder if it is OK to pee while diving. Will anyone see? Can you tell?

Well, no and no. You would probably be hard pressed to find a diver that hasn't done it. And it does feel good. Especially when you are on a dive boat without bathroom facilities.

So yes, I admit to doing it.

So go ahead and do it. Just remember to wash that wetsuit after. It can get nasty.

runny nose

A Runny Nose

2. Runny Noses

It will invariably happen. You are waiting to get on the dive boat, you take your mask off and there are some big globs coming out of your nose.

It can be embarrassing and pretty gross but it is natural. If it happens to you, just go under, clean yourself up and get back on that boat good as new.

3. Spitting

One of the cheapest and easiest way to keep a mask clear is not the most glamorous method. But it works.

Yup. Just spit in that ol' mask. I do this anytime I forget my drops and the dive boat doesn't have anything to use.

Hey, whatever works, right?

While this may not be the most pleasant subject, it is the reality. So when it happens to you, you will know you are not alone.

Until next time.

thailand teen young new years eve party.xvideo
viet porn hot sexy teen fucked.