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You don't have to make up a story, it's not fooling anyone. Your attempt at seducing your fellow lifeguard with your damsel in distress is coming along nicely.

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yeah cramps happen all the time, especially random times, so don't be too embarrassed.

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I was a towel boy back in the day, but once I sat on the watch chair. one of the proudest days of my life till the life guard came backed and beat me up for using his sunscreen :(

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You don't have to make up a story, it's not fooling anyone. Your attempt at seducing your fellow lifeguard with your damsel in distress is coming along nicely.

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25- my brain is just fine thank you very much, if OP seriously needs saved because of a cramp then how do you expect OP to save anyone?

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56- I have a great deal of experience in swimming and don't understand how a cramp can seriously put you in danger of drowning. I have say it sounds like OP is just a bad swimmer.

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i swim 2+ hours a day and even with a cramp you should be able to swim at least to the side of the pool, especially if your job is saving drowning people.

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Thank you #59 I swam competitively but still swim a great deal on my own. OP shouldn't be crippled by a cramp and almost drown when they are a lifeguard.

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what kind of human being can swim with a cramp? just cause you're a racoon or whatever that is in your picture?

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And we know it was a arm or leg cramp cause....? Have you ever had a menstrual cramp that feels like a chain saw ripping threw your pelvic area!? Just saying.

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Because logically thinking, swimming uses those limbs, so those types of cramps would be the MOST disabling and still absolutely no excuse. I have horrible cramps with my period and everywhere else as it comes with the chronic and severe pain that has been my most prominent symptom of my as of yet undiagnosed illness for YEARS. I really know pain and cramps. arm or leg cramp is no excuse anyway, but a period cramp is even less of one because if you can't push past that pain threshold, it's REALL

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61- I've swam for 9 years competitively and during kick sets when both your legs lock up it can be tough to swim to the wall. being a swimmer yourself you probably know it's really painful. my guess is that op isn't a good swimmer, life guards don't have to be able to swim 500 yards in under 5 minutes, so my guess is that a low level swimmer cramping bad would absolutely fuck them

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cramps dont have to be your leg.. i have had cramps in my stomach and i had to float till it went away

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Just pray to God that it doesn't happen to you in the sea or ocean. For more comments please read a post above.

I hate when that happens. Try getting cramps on both feet... while in the middle of a deep pool... while being me. I never really learned how to dive, so I never made it past intermediate child's swimming. At least you didn't get caught in a riptide like I did. I didn't know you were supposed to swim parallel to shore and then swim in, so I stupidly swam hard toward the beach, and about was washed out farther to sea. Eventually, I beat the tide and reached shore, tired and dazed. Then my frien

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