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  Mitcha857  |  0

22 nice job making yourself look like a jackass! Kudos. And 1- Yea OP does need to find a new job or a new profession. Damn you work at a place for 9 years and still aren't the boss?

  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

People that know how will always have a job; the people that know why will always be their bosses.

OP, even at a pool, swimming ability isn't everything. Your boss either displayed more leadership qualities, ambition, or schmoozing skills. The higher-ups apparently feel you're only good at the job you have. Change their minds or change your job.

  FMLshark  |  12

Drowning actually does take skill, given your natural instinct doesn't tell you to keep inhaling water. So it's a lot more difficult than you think to stay submerged against your instinct and continue to take in water.
I wouldn't know, having gills.

  FMLshark  |  12

59, actually that is only with some species of sharks. Some sharks need constant movement because they breathe via pumping water through the gills, some are capable of remaining still and still being able to breathe, generally bottom feeding sharks.
The more you know.

By  Angelrose2004  |  17

Maybe there's hope that you won't have a boss who treats you like crap... Unless he's one of those who lets the power go to his head. But hey, at least you can say that you taught your boss how to swim.

By  darwinism  |  30

This is because:
1. You may be "drowning the wrong way" during life guarding exercises, or
2. You spend your time sniffing chlorine. How else would you know it smells?

FYL either way OP.

  kamikrazy  |  6

Yea but OP gets nothing in return.

Imagine if you were running a business and you teach a worker everything you know and years later he/she is now your boss. That would suck.