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Dolphin swimming facilitator

gooey play algae makes dolphins swim faster
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I’ve noticed that humans at waterparks sometimes apply detergent so they go faster I think that gooey things like personal lubricants might work just as well

Fish have a gooey layer which assists their movement

I think that big swimmable blobs of algae with either naturally produced slippery coating or as places to put slippery material would be amusing plus beneficial to dolphins

They could swim through the coating area repeatedly if they felt like it to have particularly pleasant swimming

beanangel, Jan 27 2009

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       You wanna lube a fish??
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 27 2009
  

       "...and then you'll understand why I'll never be allowed back in to SeaWorld."
phoenix, Jan 28 2009
  

       Category?   

       Since the lube is optional, I'll stick with a neutral. Do you want to borrow a full stop key - I have a spare on my number pad.
MadnessInMyMethod, Jan 28 2009
  

       what about a full wax coating?
po, Jan 29 2009
  

       Excuse me, Im just off to wax my dolphin.
miasere, Jan 29 2009
  

       //You wanna lube a fish??// [marked-for-tagline]
zen_tom, Jan 29 2009
  

       hee hee.
po, Jan 29 2009
  


 

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