Anyone else find it super unfair that people have private swimming pools and won’t share?

I don’t think people should be allowed to have their own closed off heated pools in gorgeous backyards while the rest of us are stuck with nothing. I don’t trust the beaches because the water won’t be getting tested. It breaks my heart seeing my little ones upset because they can’t go swimming. When all it would take is a few changes to the rules and we can go visit anyone’s backyard pool instead of the algae beaches.

I mean, i understand liability but like c’mon Sudbury, let me and my kids enjoy your pool and i’ll watch my kids as they swim. During a pandaemic this is about giving to those who don’t have what you have.



13 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    You are one self absorbed person aren’t cha
    You know the liability and costs of your reamaek?
    Obviously not!
    I would not let a person of your thinking near me
    Lawsuit and one cheap mofo you are

    Seriously get over yourself and work like the rest of us to get ahead!

    You think shit is just handed to everyone?
    It’s called work…sacrifice and I’m not about to just let people like you take advantage

    Fucking flu or covid or whatever

    I’d rather destroy it

    Lazy person are you !!!’

  2. Anonymous says:

    WTH? Btw I like your car better than mine, you should be forced to swap with mine, because it’s not fair you having nicer one than what I drive.
    Trolls are a dime a dozen.

  3. Oh yes I did says:

    Holy Fuck get over yourself. By a kiddie pool or get a job and buy your own fancy pool and tell your brats to stop whining. Demanding what you want certainly isn’t teaching your kids anything

  4. Anonymous says:

    I really hope this is just a troll post. If not, are you F@@@ING kidding me??!! What isn’t fair in this situation, is you EXPECTING people to just give you what you want bc they have it. Buy a sprinkler, or get a kiddie pool for you and your kids. Do NOT demand that others just hand over or “share” things that they have worked hard to get, trusting you and your kids to not damage it. And NO this pandemic is NOT about “giving to those who don’t have what you have.” You don’t have my car, or my house, should I just hand that over to you as well? Wait, how about my job that pays for these things that I have? Would you like me to hand that over to you as well? Then perhaps you too could enjoy some of the things that I have worked hard to get. SMDH!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Tell that to my ex! She probably wrote this!

      • Anonymous says:

        Lols i take it you have experienced the entitled sudbury female as well! The more you give the more they expect and when their family openly brags thats how they were brought up, speaking from experience you are fucking screwed

  5. Anonymous says:

    What`s in YOUR fridge. Be ready to open the door and let strangers serve themselves at will. To better suit them, just leave the door ajar to facilitate access. Idiotic post written by a lazy butt.

  6. Anonymous says:

    LOLs or you could work hard and buy your own

  7. Anonymous says:

    Unfair is calling the police and them killing your daughter or police kneeling on your neck until you die…someone having a swimming pool and not letting you use it isn’t unfair.

    • Anonymous says:

      I want to tell you that I hear you although I wouldn`t describe those events as simply being unfair. People need to start speaking up. And out. With no cares about the insults and crassness that will come flying in return. It is the ONLY reason that change is coming. We want it and the silence is OVER. This is a giant tidal wave. Coming from around the world. Silence on the topic of racism and discrimination has come to an end. It is the people who are bringing about this change. And technology mixed with peaceful planning is what will turn this system on its head.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Just go to the beach. It’s just a risk of a different kind. You have no idea if the neighbour with a pool is treating it properly so there’s a risk no matter what. But you want your neighbors to take the risk of you and your kids polluting their pool?

  9. Mother may I says:

    Have you asked your neighbour? If not, get asking.

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