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    Hello i am a 15 year old closet nudist who like to hang out nude at beaches and parks when no one is around and somtime ride my bike 32 miles to apollo beach the distance is not the problem it is the EVIL swams of bugs that stop me but my parents don't know abput any of this. but anyway i love to skinny dip manly becuase i cand do it when ever without going on a long bike ride. i usaly skiny dip in my pool day if my parents are out and night when ever i wont but it has gotten boring becuase my other nudist friend dont like to skinny dip that much so i reaaalllyyy wont to go skinny dipping i some of the hudge pund around my house but i am questionable about then cuz uu cant see the bottom and you dont no wht microbs and parcites are living in there i am tryinfg to find a nice pound with in 15 mile bikking range but i cant is there any ideas on what i should do?

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    Hello i am a 15 year old closet nudist who like to hang out nude at beaches and parks when no one is around and somtime ride my bike 32 miles to apollo beach the distance is not the problem it is the EVIL swams of bugs that stop me but my parents don't know abput any of this. but anyway i love to skinny dip manly becuase i cand do it when ever without going on a long bike ride. i usaly skiny dip in my pool day if my parents are out and night when ever i wont but it has gotten boring becuase my other nudist friend dont like to skinny dip that much so i reaaalllyyy wont to go skinny dipping i some of the hudge pund around my house but i am questionable about then cuz uu cant see the bottom and you dont no wht microbs and parcites are living in there i am tryinfg to find a nice pound with in 15 mile bikking range but i cant is there any ideas on what i should do?

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    • #3
      Ethan

      You say you have a high IQ. You should take the time to use a word processor like "Word" or equivalent to compose your post, then grammar and spell check it before posting.

      You post is confusing saying you have a nudist friend that doesn't like to skinny dip that much then go on to say you usually skinny dip in your own pool at home if your parents are away, but you are searching at some of the huge ponds around your house, but won't use them as you cannot see the bottom and concerned about microbes and parasites.

      I would be more concerned about the critters in your neck of the woods in ponds that will attack you, pull you under water and eat you. I would never explore unknown ponds in Florida especially by your self.

      Why not just continue to skinny dip in your own home pool that’s sparkling clean and sanitary as you say you already do. I find it questionable you have a nudist friend your age who doesn't like to skinny dip that much especially in the privacy and safety of your own backyard home pool


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      • #4
        Ethan

        I'm also a very poor speller. However, I first write my posts in a word processing program and then cut and paste it.

        -Gary, your past suggestion about having spell check for the board was a great idea.

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        • #5
          and about yes i no it seems like such a nice thing to do but with all the high security system running since i fried the grafics card on my server and now i have to use this pc my clipboard has not worked for about a week now so i cant copy and past thing and combined with my cold and stomic flu i gust dont wont to go though all that work.
          and about the pond my pool is to cold for some one with a lung condition

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          • #6
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            Originally posted by Ethan:
            and about the pond my pool is to cold for some one with a lung condition


            Ethan,

            I also live in Central Florida, not too far from you and my pool water is regularly around 90 degrees during the summer without a electrical, gas or solar heating system. Not exactly cold.

            However if you have a lung condition you'd be better off just staying home and out of any water altogether. And as NakedGary suggested, I would be more concerned about critter (i.e. gators) than parasites. There seems to have been an increase in gator attacks in recent months throughout Florida.

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            • #7
              The problem is my house the the tress in the fron block all the sun after 5 pm so by night when my parents are asleep usaly around 11pm the water is very cold . I no it is not good for my but i love to swim let alone skinny dip

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              • #8
                Sinny dipping problems, where to where NOT

                Skinny dipping sounds so good right now, but I don't think I'd like to dip with critters.

                You may want to stay away from the pool also until your lung problems clear up. The chemicals used in the pool may cause even more problems.


                Waaaaaaaaaaaaaa I miss my pool...

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                • #9
                  I live in Upstate NY and have been skinny dipping in most of the natural lakes and streams for years and years. You have to use your judgment before entering any body of water. We may not have gators and larger creatures in our waters, but we have some nasty fish and snapping turtles that will make quick work of a toe, finger, or anything else that looks like a work in the water.

                  As far as microbes and the like I can say that I have never really gotten sick or had any issues with this. I would not worry to much as long as you are willing to shower with soap and water after swimming in natural waters.

                  If you have a health condition that is aggravated by being wet, then stay dry. That’s my advice.

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