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  • I call BS. I'm a dive instructor and anyone diving at 90 feet needs their advance certification, thus knowing it's called a regulator... Not a breathing tube. Also, the pressure at 90 feet would not allow you to throw up, you would choke of you took your regulator out.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 1:59pm
  • 137 is right. Regs are designed to handle vomitting

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 2:22pm
  • This happens alot. But never take out your tube!! The first thing you do after you puke is inhale! Just throw up thru the regulator... Believe it or not they're designed for it

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 1:37pm
  • Haha I love how everyone is catching him in his lie...haaa

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 11:12pm
  • First??????

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 10:36pm
  • puke IN the reg! also you're an idiot...first comment is right on.

    Submitted by sweetdee39 on Jan 27, 10 at 3:17pm
  • this is extremely fake they teach u in scuba class to vomit into the regulator because when u take it out ur first reaction is to breath when you puke so taking it out would cause u to take in a bunch of water and choke

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 28, 10 at 1:40pm
  • But I also didn't take out my "regulator"

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 11:54pm
  • No way

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 1:24pm
  • FAKE AS FUCK

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 9:24pm
  • Was going to say bs to this whole text. Glad some fellow divers are on top of things.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 4:00pm
  • Fake as fuck moderators...like people said, it's a regulator and dude would know that if he was diving 90 feet under. Another fail.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 2:44pm
  • Bravo. Bravo.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 1:09pm
  • I'm sorry that people think that's fake, it would bs so sick!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 28, 10 at 10:01am
  • Also, you aren't supposed to take out your regulator. The vomit passes through it just like your CO2 bubbles do. It's nasty but hey, all divers have been there, and if they haven't yet...they will one day.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 28, 10 at 12:12am
  • 159 im sure he was excagerating a lil with the depth thats too far plus it happend to me but only like 20 couse i got sea sick on the boat and the intructor told me to go in to feel better

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 5:10pm
  • Nemo is NOT Pleased.... =)

    Submitted by Rubes_Carnies on Jan 27, 10 at 1:07pm
  • Lies lies lies.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 11:19pm
  • Ha i did that once its grose as hell but makes all the fishes suround you

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 5:07pm
  • Lol dive enough and you will puke in your breathing tube, us divers call a regulator. Odd thr you are certified to 90 ft but you don't know the name for the thingy that alows you to be underwater.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 28, 10 at 12:16am
  • Maybe OP meant "9 feet under"?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 4:33pm
  • This is defo fake, tho could have happend cuz this person is on holiday and I know they have trips out as groups for non experinced divers

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 28, 10 at 5:32am
  • Not a lie, I've done this also! Everyone who says it's a lie, isn't a diver!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 11:51pm
  • Not a lie I've done this

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 11:27pm
  • If you pull your reg out to yak. You will choke for sure. Dream up something realistic next time

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 8:16pm
  • I you're scuba diving, you're supposed to NOT remove your regulator if you're going to blow chunks. I've thrown up at depth before and immediately been surrounded by fish eating it.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 6:34pm
  • This is definitely fake. If you are a diver, you know your "breathing tube" is called your regulator. You would also know that if you need to vomit, you can vomit into your reg. Luckily I have yet to experience this, I got nauseous but didn't throw up. As far as depth goes though, you don't have to be advanced to go 90 feet. By my fourth dive I was at about sixty five, and by my eighth dive I was at eighty. My ninth dive I hit a max depth of 87.

    Submitted by brooklyn917 on Jan 28, 10 at 3:08am
  • To the guy who claims to be a scuba instructor... Plent of newby divers do things they are not supposed to do so going to 90 isn't that crazy. I went to 85 one time as a junior ow by mistake years ago.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 2, 10 at 9:08am
  • Been there, done that. Also it's called a regulator. Nice try though.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 28, 10 at 12:10am
  • I will call this a fake. Auto response when finishing blowing chunks is to gulp air, no reg you will gulp way too much water. If the faker would have said he blew chunks through his reg, it would have been more believable

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 28, 10 at 12:46am
  • I've done this... But at 87 feet. I call fake on the depth

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 28, 10 at 8:40am
  • Yeah this is BS. Without advanced training you'd only be 30ft down max.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 2:14pm
  • I went scuba diving and my insturture said just throw up in the breathing tube. I forgot y though

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 6:06pm
  • Boomer Sooner!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 1:11pm
  • Plus the vomit attracts some awesome fish. But never ever take the reg out. Idiot.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 2:36pm
  • I call bullshit on this. Did you type the text down their too?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 3:38pm
  • Whoo ya 403 number ab all the way

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27, 10 at 9:44pm