|Binro the Heretic - 2012-04-29 |
Welcome to Florida! This sort of thing became highly popular after the second world war when we were more of a tourist destination. It's gone in decline now that we've become the elephant graveyard for the baby boom generation.
This looks way cooler when viewed through the floor of a glass-bottomed boat with all the fish and coral.
|Meerkat - 2012-04-29 |
OK now I want to play Monkey Island again.
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2012-04-29 |
How does the breathing part work?
they're half fish idiot
Binro the Heretic
An experienced "mermaid" can go up to three minutes without a breath. It's a combination of developing good lung capacity, minimizing movement to reduce oxygen consumption and practicing grabbing a quick breath at the surface or from those hoses they were using to make bubbles.
The "mermaids" are good at incorporating moves into their routines that allow them to get oxygen without breaking their flow or the illusion. It's pretty cool to watch, actually.
Wonko the Sane
As you've seen, they take puffs off of those hoses now and again, the impressive thing is how they manage their buoyancy, normally scuba divers do this with breaths, but it depends on having a constant supply of air on your back.
Also, ascending while holding your breath can result in a ruptured lung, these women are trained to a much higher degree than their fake tits would lead us to believe.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-04-29 |
Dammit, I forgot Mermaid Stacy!
|cognitivedissonance - 2012-04-29 |
Down in Nagasaki where the fellers chew tobacky and the women Weeki Wachee woo.
|kingarthur - 2012-04-30 |
My parents took me to see this as a small child. Must have been around 88 or so? I have fragmented memories of this.
|Wonko the Sane - 2012-05-01 |
Hi mon666ster, thanks for rating.
|Robin Kestrel - 2012-05-01 |
I liked the part where Jennifer Lopez shot Vincent D'Onofrio with a crossbow bolt.
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