Parents aware 'family fun' pool session is large bath full of piss

ANY parent teaching their child to swim is fully aware that the shallow pool they must get into is basically a massive vat of toddler urine.

Millions of mums and dads are pretending to have a lovely family experience while desperately trying not to think about the filth they are splashing about in.

Father-of-two Tom Booker said: “A few brightly coloured inflatables and a tropical mural can’t mask the fact that I’m about to do the front crawl in a toilet.

“I’d wear a wetsuit but there’s so much warm piss I’d probably get heat exhaustion and drown.

“I’ve also noticed a lot of adult bastards use it as an excuse to ignore the ‘shower before entry’ sign, so you can add parents’ stinky groins to the mix.

“It’s basically a primordial swamp out of which crawl very tired looking adults that smell like a drunk man’s pants.”

Son Josh Booker said: “It’s not just piss, I squeezed out a poo the other day. Dad scooped it out and we all just carried on like we weren’t swimming with actual turd flakes.”

Tom Booker added: “To be fair it’s not just the kids. ‘When in Rome’, as they say.”

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How to be a devious shitweasel at work

DO you like scheming against your colleagues at work, even if you work in a dreary office and there’s not really much point? Here’s how to go about it.

Be a fake friend

If a colleague is having problems, pretend to be their friend when really you’re collecting negative comments about co-workers and bosses that can later be used against them. Tell yourself this is fine and absolutely nothing like being in the Gestapo.

Badmouth colleagues in a jokey way

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Organising trivia quizzes and embarrassing charity activities will give you the pathetic sense of authority you crave. Also it allows you to snitch on staff who aren’t ‘team players’ because they don’t get an erection at the thought of Pudsey Bear.

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Leave early at boozy office dos

This won’t aid your career directly, but it will prevent an altercation with a shitfaced colleague who’s remembered you made him look a twat for being 10 minutes late a few times.