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Grown men on water flumes?

Flumes

  • Im with you....A bit sad if your an adult

    Votes: 6 21.4%
  • Live and let live - If they enjoy it so what

    Votes: 21 75.0%
  • I cant swim so I cant comment.

    Votes: 1 3.6%

  • Total voters
    28

DTS

The Business
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Due to the fact we havent had a home saturday for a few weeks I have got into the really nice habit of taking my daughter who is nearly three swimming on a saturday. It gives the Mrs a break (All be it she has my son) and I love it.

We got to our local leisure centre and it has all the usual stuff you expect nowdays such as river rapids, a hot pool and my daughters favourite the flumes.

The past two weeks I have been amazed by how many adults go on the flumes alone. I am not kidding when I say that it must be one of the slowest flumes ever, its almsot walking pace, there are no real dips as such. Its ideal for me with a three year old but really its not worth the effort as a grown man.

Does anyone else think its a bit sad for grown men to be going on crappy flumes on their own? I have no issues with the wet and wild Florida type flumes etc but the local crap ones you get on your own....I think its a bit sad and it really slows up the queues for the kids.

thoughts zoners???
 
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