ANSWERS: 7
  • Drowning? Okay, well firstly, it's not salt water, it's fresh water mostly, so it's harder to float. Also, there are strong currents, waterfalls sometimes, jagged rocks, maybe dangerous animals, industrial pollution, sewage. To name a few.
  • Being caught on the line of a hariy fisherman who may then try and hold you in his arms for a photograph and then attempt to season you, coat you in breadcrumbs and fry you in a mixture of butter and oil to ensure an even brown colour and a crispy coating.
  • gators
  • the current, unknown logs and such under the surface, snakes, rocks, no lifeguard. :)
  • "Once while swimming cross turtle creek Man them snappers right at my feet Sure was hard swimming cross that thing with both hands holding my dingaling"
  • Being dragg by the river's currents and even if you know how to swim you could still drown
  • Well, I would want to know where the water is coming from, people could be dumping chemicals or it could contain sewage.

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