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  • did that myself at 30' on my 1st open water dive. instructor talked too damned long while on boat in long waters. this fish seemed to appreciate it too.

    Submitted by jeeslinger on Aug 13, 10 at 6:23am
  • Hopefully this wasn't during shark week!

    Submitted by TheRuleBook on Aug 12, 10 at 3:26pm
  • Drunk diving is an advanced course, with a focus on the clearing your barf out of your regulator after vomiting.

    Submitted by PinkPenguin on Aug 12, 10 at 8:01pm
  • Yeah I always drink waaay too much on dive trips. It's like an unwritten rule, if you're going to some island to dive, make sure you get shtfaced. BTW the oxygen in the cylinders are a GREAT hangover cure.

    Submitted by sinistar on Aug 14, 10 at 2:50am
  • That's a very normal occurance. The part that stinks is you're not supposed to take out your regulator

    Submitted by cheese302 on Aug 12, 10 at 1:30pm
  • don't drink and dive

    Submitted by lopacity on Aug 13, 10 at 9:33pm
  • You're not suppose to drink and dive. Something says you need to wait 7 hours or more because the alcohol affect becomes more intense in your blood under extreme pressure which could lead to you becoming drunk. scuba diving drunks are stupid drunks.

    Submitted by iksworezsam55 on Aug 13, 10 at 1:25am
  • your mom is discusting

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 12, 10 at 1:27pm
  • At least my mom taught me how to spell

    Submitted by wassupp on Aug 12, 10 at 3:10pm
  • The masks are designed that way. It sure beats drowning. I'm sure the little fish all swam up and started feasting

    Submitted by hooah33 on Aug 12, 10 at 1:31pm
  • so i wrote this... and to reply to jac 5617 would you like a picture of us drinking and then a later picture of us scuba diving?

    Submitted by swimmer512 on Aug 12, 10 at 4:53pm
  • That's disgusting

    Submitted by wassupp on Aug 12, 10 at 1:26pm
  • Happens a lot... sucks ass

    Submitted by cbtango on Aug 15, 10 at 11:51pm
  • Yum.

    Submitted by ghashlycrumbs on Aug 12, 10 at 2:32pm
  • That's what we call chumming the waters.

    Submitted by jbwarner86 on Aug 14, 10 at 12:57am
  • Its actually super common. Lots of girls I dive with have a big breakfast or whatever then hurl on the dive, cause the pressure makes em stomach sick. Hungover diving is hands down the worst, yet most refreshing experience of all time.

    Submitted by BeeWhy on Aug 12, 10 at 6:24pm
  • fake

    Submitted by jac5617 on Aug 12, 10 at 3:05pm
  • I dont remember padi course covering drinking

    Submitted by KaylaFoyt on Aug 12, 10 at 5:43pm
  • Happens all the time. Attracts the best fish!

    Submitted by boobsy_mcgiggles on Aug 12, 10 at 5:17pm