15 Bizarre Underwater Discoveries by Deep Sea Divers!
A large man, in a loosely fitting denim coat and black trousers, sat upon a frail wooden chair facing out to sea. Everything he wore had douses of colour flicked upon them, only his weathered sandals seemed to escape the spray of paint. In front of him stood a blank canvas on which he precisely began making small marks with a pencil trapped between the stubby fingers of his calloused hand. The canvas slowly began to portray a depiction of the sea, and its surrounding sand and cliff-faced environment. The chair sank deeper and deeper into the beaches’ sand with every stroke of granite.
Baths are a strange contraption, I mean, you literally sit in a small collection of water that is slowly but surely getting dirtier by the second. The trouble with them is that the hassle begins way before you even step foot inside the tub. It starts way back at the stressful, anxiety-inducing precision of the ratio of hot and cold water you must strike. If you have a functioning bath that actually provides a medium temperature then read on because this part is for the muggles amongst us that only have two options when it comes to the temperature of the water coming out of the tap: boiling or frozen. What I usually do whenever I decide to indulge myself in one of these completely inconvenient traps of the bathing world is fill the first half with blisteringly hot water and then top it off with basically frozen tap water until my foot doesn’t get scolded when it dares to submerge itself below its depths. I usually add dead sea salts or something to the water to add a bit of luxury to proceedings.
If I knew what would occur in such a short space of time, I would never have been so compliant with the idea. My name is Sam and I am the leader of the Purple Hand Gang. From what started out as a utopian society of clockwork efficiency soon aroused deep seeded divisions. Egos collided, emotions rose, people got called dickheads.