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Old 04-29-2010, 10:37 AM
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My swim gear!!!!!!!!!Hey no shorts!!!

Me in the middle.
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Old 04-29-2010, 10:47 AM
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My swim gear!!!!!!!!!Hey no shorts!!!

Me in the middle.

Well I would be crucified if I posted a picture of me in my wet suit. lol
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Old 04-29-2010, 11:35 AM
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Re: Holiness Swim Wear

I am sure that for the true UC, the concept of one of "our ladies" (it just irks me when people say that!) wearing "Holiness Swimwear" is a bit like saying a man is smoking a "Christian cigarette".
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My swim gear!!!!!!!!!Hey no shorts!!!

Me in the middle.

POWERUP!!!! This gear won't fly! Way too tight!!!! Pray through my brother! ...... and shout!

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BT,

Is the better?
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Old 04-29-2010, 12:02 PM
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I am sure that for the true UC, the concept of one of "our ladies" (it just irks me when people say that!) wearing "Holiness Swimwear" is a bit like saying a man is smoking a "Christian cigarette".
Holiness women should be able to go swimming too.
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Old 04-29-2010, 12:18 PM
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BT,

Is the better?

Now that will fly! Will look stupid in the water but will fly! I think! j/k

Seriously, I've always felt that a woman in loose fitting street clothes, in the water, with the wet clothes clinging to their bodies was more provocative than swimming gear. Just my "carnal" thoughts!

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Old 04-29-2010, 12:21 PM
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yep. Got to agree.
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Mrs. B,

I thought that was aimed at me. You said yourself it was more offensive if someone jumped in a lake with thier regular clothes!!!
Only in the sense that I think that it's dangerous to swim fully clothed (in regular heavy clothing). In that way, it looks foolish. It isn't foolish simply because they're completely covered.

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So why get on a log ride and not want to get wet!!!!!

Just like last year when we were at the local water park, and this family came in
and got on all the rides in jeans and skirts!!! You look stupid!!! Go home and play in
the shower!!

You not Holy!Your ignorant!!
Yep--well, that's our family, too. We wear regular clothes to Silver Dollar City and ride all the water rides. (And no, we don't care if we get wet.)
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Did someone say it was offensive or stupid?
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I was wondering the same thing...
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I thought that was aimed at me. You said yourself it was more offensive if someone jumped in a lake with thier regular clothes!!!

So why get on a log ride and not want to get wet!!!!!

Just like last year when we were at the local water park, and this family came in
and got on all the rides in jeans and skirts!!! You look stupid!!! Go home and play in
the shower!!

You not Holy!Your ignorant!!
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