Local to my area, (Cornwall)

by Simon

Sink or Swim

Sink or Swim

I don't think it was an experience as such it's something I have grown up with from an early age. I have always loved taking my clothes off whether it's on a beach or just at home in the garden, but if I was to be honest with you the first time I took my clothes off outside was the time I realised that this was for me and it felt so normal and so comfortable. I have never looked back, so if there is anyone out there thinking about it taking the plunge? Go for it.

It has to be the best feeling in the world and it is FREE.

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Jul 14, 2008
Pool and school
by: Anonymous


Ref: this wall and this pool at school do I know you ???


May 27, 2008
very true
by: Anonymous

i totally agree! I remember at one stage in my life late teens when with a group of friends we climbed over the school wall. Our aim was the school swimming pool, on that hot summer night it was calling to us , but once beside it what to do , we had nothing to swim in except our skin. We stripped off and all dived in ,,,,,
The feeling of the cool water on my naked skin was something even today forty years later I can still remember - fantastic..!
From that day on when ever the possibility arose I would strip of and swim nude... still do.
As Spike Milligan once said "is it normal to get undressed then dress to go into the water.." my way of thinking exactly....

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