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Category:Arts, Humor
Tags:finland, lake Saarijärvi, Vaala
Submitted:Oktay
Date:01/08/12
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Comment count is 11
baleen - 2012-01-09
At first I thought it was freshwater/saltwater thing... I have no idea how they remained upside down. Spikes?
augias - 2012-01-09
i think the suits have a lot of air trapped in them.

The Mothership - 2012-01-09
affirmative, dry-suits can be made positively buoyant; also they are not wearing weight belts, which are normal diving equipment.

Frabo - 2012-01-09
Correct. The old dry suits are one giant bag. So if you flip upside down, all the air will rush to your feet and you be bottom buoyant. Still amazing control.

Triggerbaby - 2012-01-09
The guy is all like "I dunno- sometimes wheelbarrows just do that".
The Mothership - 2012-01-09
This is fantastic. Finns are fucking crazy ass people and I love them and this.
Innocent Bystander - 2012-01-09
Really neat, and also kinda creepy and otherworldly.

I also liked the balloon.
Squeamish - 2012-01-23
Yeah, on the one hand I totally want to do this. On the other, I feel like this is some sort of weird Finnish shamanistic ritual I'd be intruding on if I asked.

hammsangwich - 2012-01-09
This is just performance art and serves no practical purpose, right?
memedumpster - 2012-01-09
Neat!
Jet Bin Fever - 2012-01-10
This is a Finntastic idea!
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