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Electric Flippers

For lazy swimmers
 
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These flippers, have a joint by the foot so they can be powered and flapped about producing super speed for the extremely lazzzzzzzzzy.
SKATER, May 01 2003

Underwater Propulsion - only $399! http://www.foreanda....com/SSTYGERSUB.htm
For the wusses who seem to think you can't have electricity underwater. [DrCurry, Oct 17 2004]

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       OR EVEN, MASSIVE RUBBER FEET WHICH YOU WEAR WHICH LOOK REAL AND TEN SIZES BIGGER THAN YOUR NORMAL FEET
SKATER, May 01 2003
  

       <Ear Trumpet> Eh? What's that sonny? You'll have to speak up a bit I'm afraid. </Ear Trumpet>
DrBob, May 01 2003
  

       <Repair man>
Hi!, I'm here to fix your keyboard. How long have you been having this Z key malfunction?
</Repair man>
silverstormer, May 01 2003
  

       I DON'T LIKE SWI...sorry. I don't like swimming I also don't like this idea. -1.
Mr Risk, May 01 2003
  

       Interesting idea, but no need to shout, as they say. Of course, the lazy can already buy those propeller thingies featured so heavily in James Bond films.
DrCurry, May 01 2003
  

       Old scam – Electric Swim Fin – now defunct.
Shz, May 01 2003
  

       Here, let me hand you this 12 volt battery - now try swimming away before you sink. Fishbone.
Don Quixote, May 01 2003
  

       something that taps sharply beneath each knee alternately, giving the traditional kneejerk reactions might be safer
po, May 01 2003
  

       Bad - your ankles can't handle it. I've seen scuba divers use a neat hand-held propeller thing, though. You hang on and it pulls it you around through the water.
snarfyguy, May 01 2003
  

       You are all overlooking the obvious benefit. Electric appliances submerged in water tend to have a shockingly fatal end. Let the lazy/stupid people go into the ocean with their electric flippers, just make sure it's deep enough that the next group can't see their remains.

Move this one to the "population control" section and it works for me.
ato_de, May 01 2003
  

       One might reasonably assume that such appliances are built to be submerged.
bristolz, May 01 2003
  


 

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