MERMAID SCUBAHome Contact Information Certifications     Get certified!     Credit Card Payment     Endorsements     Medical Forms         Medical History Form         Second Medical Form     FAQ     Critters     Nitrox certification     My certifications     My O/W certification Diving Information     Guidelines     Pregnancy and Diving     US Navy Dive Table     Altitude Table     Atmospheric Pressure     Diving Sites in Utah         Bear Lake         Blue Lake         Fishlake         Flaming Gorge         Homestead Crater         Sea Base         Tony Grove Lake     Utah Dive Flag Regs     Diving Lingo     Motion Sickness Fun Diving Stuff     Fishlake Mermaid Story     Suzie's First Wet Suit     Diving Lingo     Diving Snippets Page         Diver's Chain Letter         Firediving         Happiness is         SCUBA         SCUHA         WANTED         Scared diver         Dive knife         Whale         Mermaid and shells Photographs     Underwater Page 1     Underwater Page 2 Diving Links Merchandise Beaver-43 Sunblock
This chain was started in the hope of bringing happiness to a diver. Unlike most chains it doesn't require money. Simply send a copy of this to five diver friends, then bundle up your wife and send her to the fellow whose name heads the list. When your name reaches the top of the list, you will receive 16,268 women, and some of them should be dandies---------
Have faith. Don't break the chain----- (One man broke it and got his wife back.)
A puzzling discovery was found in the mountains of southern California. Fire authorities found a corpse in a burnt out section of forest while assessing the damage done by a forest fire. The deceased male was found in the top of a tree, dressed in a full wetsuit, complete with tank, fins, mask and snorkel.
It was found that on the day of the fire, the deceased diver went on a diving trip some 35 miles away from the fire. The fire was fought with a fleet of helicopters with very large buckets. The helicopters would dip their buckets into the ocean, carry the water to the forest fire, and drop the water on the fire.
The diver was accidentally scooped up in a bucket while he was diving and carried off, only to be dropped onto a forest fire. Authorities are not sure how much effect the diver had on putting out the fire.
Warm pee in a cold wetsuit.
(It's okay to pee in your own wetsuit, but it is kinky to pee in someone else's wetsuit.)
Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus
Self-Contained Underwater Heating Apparatus
Single male diver --- looking for unattached mermaid.
Chicken of the sea!
When a diver sees a shark, the diver cuts his buddy, then leaves!
Send four skin divers.
Because B-shells are too small and D-shells are too big!