Please keep our forums clean and on topic. Keep discussions civil and suitable for a general audience. You can disagree without being disagreeable.
In the interest of decency keep your clothes on while in the water or on the beach. If you get too hot, take a shower or go for a swim in your clothes.
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We block a number of rude words and spammers.
Most we can fend off.
The others get reported to their ISP using our server logs.
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Our engineers and web monkeys are getting their clothes wet every day and spend a lot of time in the water creating new forum features for you, like the new Sports Pool Forum, designed for swimming in sportswear and rain clothes.
Each day our boys work for hours in wet clothes, building systems that support the increasing number of fully clothed swimmers in our forums and other interactive features. About 700-800 unique daily visitors come here, at time of writing this.
Health and safety regulations require us to change into dry clothes each time we test safe entry into the pool under realistic conditions. There is no nudity allowed to avoid work related injuries, so everyone goes fully clothed into the water. We love getting dry clothes wet again and again. It is great fun, everybody gets involved.
Our visitors swim in a wide variety of clothes, often with socks. All this has to be tested regularly to make the forums and our sports pool safe for all. The amount of wet socks every day is just amazing.
Enjoy your stay!
Your Wet Felix