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Do you know how many people pee in pools? If you're grossed out by one person maybe you shouldn't go to public pools because a large majority of people pee in them.

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I don't think it's necessary to embarrass him on Facebook in front of all of his friends, it's tough enough being a kid already. Plus, there's no evidence that he actually did it. Just talk to him and tell him that's not okay to do!

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It says he liked a picture. It doesn't mean that he's doing that. I like a lot of things on Facebook but it doesn't mean I'm doing them right in the moment that I like them. and as long as you have chlorine in your pool you don't have to worry about pee as much. Just don't drink the water.

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I'm sure everyone at one point has peed in a pool at least once. That's why chlorine is around. You should think about the ocean. Peeing and pooping animals and ships that dump their waste into it as well. Now that's gross.

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106 - It's funny because your username makes that comment ironic. Oh, and you seem like a total bitch who hates being proven wrong so badly that they reply to a response comment almost two months later.

Do you know how many people pee in pools? If you're grossed out by one person maybe you shouldn't go to public pools because a large majority of people pee in them.

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5 is trying to say its a lot worse in public pools. Also parents shouldn't be grossed out to much of their young ones peeing in the pool, considering they share same DNA, and because OP had the kid.

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All pools are toilets. And the more kids that swim in the pool the more of a toilet it is. The only pool that is not a toilet is a solo private pool that no one but you uses and is locked and covered when you are not. YDI

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54 - It does exist. In a public pool near where I live, they use a chemical similar to that so whenever someone pees, the water around them turns into a noticeably different colour and they are asked to get out of the water by a lifeguard. Either that, or everyone who lives nearby pees out rainbows.

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54 is correct people, stop thumbing her down. This is a myth they use to scare children into not peeing in the pool. There are definitely too many chemicals in a swimming pool to differentiate them from your urine. Just please don't take this as an 'okay' to go ahead and pee in the pool, that's just gross. ;)

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