Swimming is quite possibly the most demanding sport ever. If you're not up to such rigorous, demanding activity, you might as well just cheerlead or play football. It is also the most rewarding sport ever, though, because you don't need to run or lift weights to gain muscle mass. You can swim 50 yards in about 25 seconds or less. Swimming is a sport where all of the athletes are in amazing shape, and even if they have ugly faces, they will be desired by everyone else because of their superly hot bodies.
Best sport ever.
"I'm soooo tired after my football practice. We had to do sooo many sprints." -Loser
"I had to sprint for three miles without breathing in my swimming practice, and I could keep going!" -Swimmer
code word for being stoned
"Are you swimming Briana?"
"Fu*k ya i am"
vrb: to engage in lesbian sex.
me and my ex spent a lot of time swimming
going to a club pool under the alias of going swimming but really only swimming for a short time only to then go shower together
lets go swimming!
mom, dad, katie and i are going swimming
swimming is gay. lets leave it at that
if football was any easier it would be called swimming
swimming might actually be the worst activity known to mankind. swimming can take a normal human being and turn them into a shallow, self centered, arrogant, cocky freakshow. this normally occurs in males. while swimmers might be the most sexually active, its usally male on male when it comes to the type of guy it takes to put a size 24 speedo on. for the girls, rock on - however you have man shoulders and should never wear skirts in the winter to expose those wildebeast legs.
male non-swimmer: hey, that kid looks like he stuffed his 2 inch peen into that size 24 banana hammock and thinks he looks cool.
swimmer: wait ... that isnt cool? i was kinda thinking about running up and smacking that fine ass. swimming is the besssst.
A sport, often misunderstood by outsiders, which requires no work at all. Swimming is an excuse for a sport and does not require much more than physical endurance and technique. Anyone who swims for a year will be just as good or better than other "swimmers," at least ona high school level. Certain college and adult level swimmers are certainly viable athletes, although personal experience of high school swimming clarifies its lack of real "sport" characteristic. If one wishes to expand one's physical abilties, one would be better pursuing anything else (i.e. basketball, football, wrestling, soccer)
Actual Athelete: Do a pushup, man, since you say you're such a great athlete and all.
Swimmer: (whispering) Okay, don't tell anybody this, but swimming doesn't actually make me an athlete! I just say that to make friends and feel good about myself. But it's a secret, so don't tell anyone!