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Posted: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 12:00 pm

Sometimes I wonder if swimming is worth it but then I fall asleep.

My biggest pet peeve is when someone’s goggles are upside down.

And that brings my number of different tan lines to a grand total of 4!!!

I think its funny how this guy on the plane with me knew I was a swimmer just by seeing my shoulders.

.77 hundredths of a freaking second from qualifying.

Trying to get to the wall before the official blows the long whistle.

But I don’t wanna swim while it’s raining, I’ll get

S/O to chlorine for making my skin dry, destroying my hair and being the best smelling perfume.

Will non-swimmer friends ever understand that you don’t “win” your meet?

Obsessed, dedicated, or both?

When your iPhone can’t read your fingerprint because your fingers are too pruney from practice.

First I drown in homework then I drown at swim practice.

Most girls have an obsession with shoes. I have an obsession with practice suits.

I get one day a week to sleep in, but never can.

Twitter Trends are collected online at Twitter by Cyndi Carter, Lodi News-Sentinel Learning Link coordinator.

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