It’s Called the Leisure Dive and It’s Going to Be Bigger Than God (Or At Least Icing)
The Leisure Dive website has been up for a few weeks (guessing) and we can’t help but think that it’s better than any other trend — icing, planking, snorting bath salts — in the last two years. People around the country, and in Canada, have already begun to dive leisurely. So it’s only a matter of time before pro athletes take to the pools at their mansions — local YMCAs for those in the MLS and WNBA — and join the fun.
If you are still wondering what the f*ck this is, the website offers a simple explanation about what one should do while taking a leisure dive.
While each diver is encouraged to express his or her own leisure persona through their own unique leisure pose, some common themes exist:
- One raised elbow
- A killer leisure face
An item that indicates leisurely attitude (in your non-raised elbow hand). Some acceptable items include:
- Red Stripe
- White Russian
- James Patterson novel
- Croquet mallet
But don’t feel constrained. Lining up a putt, brilliant! Strumming a ukelele, super! We encourage you to find that leisurely place all your own.
(Note: I left their alternative spelling of “ukulele” in for authenticity.)
Find more photos at Leisure Dive.