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#305
Top signs you have made too many dives
scubalarry54 - 7/22/2009 9:32 PM
Category: General
Replies: 10

· You have to put your total number of dives in scientific notation.
· You look back at your logbook and realize you’ve spent more time at decompression than at work.
· You’re permanently prune-figured.
· You dive log is available on Amazon.com
· You have named all the grouper on your favorite wreck.
· You worry that your office elevator is ascending too quickly.
· You’ve stopped logging your dives beca
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FoxyRoxy - 7/23/2009 11:44 AM
There is no such thing as to many dives.
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GenoMc - 7/23/2009 1:51 PM
I like the one about the office elevator accending too fast!! Very funny!!!
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jimran - 7/23/2009 5:12 PM
one you forgot ,,when you drive past a puddle you stop and put your face in it
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scubalarry54 - 7/23/2009 10:24 PM
Could not get these in because of space, so here are the rest.
You’ve stopped logging your dives because it’s easier to just log your surface intervals.
Your “time to fly” is measured in months.
Your picture appears on fish identification tables.
You perform equalization prior to stepping on a down escalator.
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scubaclay - 7/24/2009 12:51 PM
Those are all good ones, but I agree with Roxanne you can never have to many dives.
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C_Dog12 - 7/24/2009 3:48 PM
I use the stairs at 30ft/min. Never too many dives.
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tjbrowndiver - 7/26/2009 10:02 PM
Your logbook must be seperated into volumes and placed in seperate bags to get it on the plane.
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Smithsgold - 7/28/2009 1:14 PM
Your picture appears on fish identification tables.LOL !!!!!!
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oceanfloor - 7/31/2009 10:54 AM
When it’s pouring down rain.....you get the urge to put on your dive gear :)
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scubalarry54 - 7/31/2009 6:50 PM
Good one...actually I’ve done that. LOL