Swimming was invented by the Venetians to get around their city before they had gondolas.
The first man to swim through the Channel Tunnel. He had an advantage because he had no gaps between his fingers or toes. He also covered himself in goose-grease which made him very unpopular on arrival in France. This led to him being the first person to swim back, too.
A group of swimmers.
Road where the pool is.
Seedy pool with a bookmaker’s.
Conglomerate of businessmen who own and manage seedy pools.
Worn in smelly pools.
Way of finding a swimming pool using the internet.
Waterproof board game.
Begging to be allowed in the pool.
When you put on your swimwear, imagine yourself to be lithe and toned, and then see the awful truth in the mirror.
Polite way of drowning.
Volkswagen driven into a pond by joyriders.
Worn for formal swimming events.
In the olden days, it was believed that girls could get pregnant by doing breast stroke.
Bags used to carry swimming costume.
See ‘swimming cap’.
Swimmer wearing a polished breastplate and a furry hat. And riding a horse.
It’s chasing the horse.
There’s a ruddy zoo in there!
Swimming is not only good exercise, but can also be a great way to meet people. And then throw them out of the lifeboat.