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I think it would be better if we won more events in swimming.

I think we are all too easy on children when they learn to swim, thus we are already at a disadvantage behind other nations.

What we should do is chuck the kids into the pool and let them learn for themselves.

It will give them mental strength, and a good work ethic from a young age.

This is the method I used and one of the reasons why I won father of the year in 1982.

Learn from me, do as I say.

posted on 27/3/12

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posted on 20/4/12

I feel we should start by stunning them. Then remove the legs to be used as a slurry type thing. With them imobilised we can take out the small intestines, where the beasts hide their gold. Afterwards the head can be carved into a type of hat or crown if you will. The rest of the organs and body parts will be presented to Glof, the great spider in the sky who will refrain from destroying the world as long as we keep it happy.

Also, I'd say invest more in public pools.

posted on 13/7/12

I also think it would be better if we won more events in swimming.

Perhaps we could take this further and tie a brick to the swimmers ankles?

This would build lower body strength, and provide a welcome boost to Britains brick making industry.

posted on 10/7/13

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