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    • Ok then put chlorine in your eyes and see if it’s true
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    • I own a pool. I am the only one to swim in it. My eyes get red. Unless I sleep piss-in-the-pool I don’t think urine is the only cause of this lmao.
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    • Even without pee, it still happens because of the urea in your body sweat.
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    • People with piss kinks: Heavy breathing.
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    • Bullshit. I've said it before and I'll say it again. I piss DIRECTLY in my eyes and they very rarely turn red.
      dreadpop 7 aug
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    • Piss in da bleach
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    • 20 year pool sales and water chemistry expert here. Chloramines are another name for locked up chlorine, in other words a chlorine molecule that has already bound up to anything it sees as a foreign body, urine included. Chloramines are what gives chlorine its bad rap, as free active contd.
      Beazel 7 aug
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    • Actually it's the ph but what do I know I'm just a certified pool operator
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    • Pools closed, go to the beach.
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    • Also that "pool smell" you've come to know when going to a public pool... is the smell of urine mixed with the chlorine.
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    • Chlorine+Ammonia makes mustard gas, so it’s mustard gas.
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    • Y-you mean to tell me... im swimming in girl piss 🤤
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    • Chlorine doesn't smell, chlorine mixed with urine smells
      Maikial 7 aug
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    • Yeah no this is bullshit. Chloramine can come from the tap. I know because I keep fish tanks and my water conditioner gets rid of chloramine 😪
      LegaSea 7 aug
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    • Actually retarded if you believe this. It just takes a 5 second search to find out it's false
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    • Trichloramine, theres a difference. It also causes the smell ou think is chlorine and you relate to all your childhood memories. Your childhood memories are full of piss
      lynnsan 7 aug
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    • Pretty sure if you put straight chlorine in your eyes they're gonna turn red. They do that when irritated. Though I suppose it also depends on the concentration.
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    • Dissent of a pool, is literally urine mixing with chlorine. Pure chlorine does not have a scent
      AjaxSoap 7 aug
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    • Technically its the urea mixed with chlorine that smells and burns. So you don't have to pee in the pool for a reaction to happen, because sweat contains a small amount of urea as well
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    • Chlorine gains the smell and irritation from piss, but it can also be gained from reacting with sweat
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    • As a former lifeguard who’s had to deal with actual chlorine tablets, it’s also the chlorine.
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    • It’s when it comes in contact with foreign substances, not just pee
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    • Nope. That's bullshit
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    • Yes but also sweat
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    • I really don’t pee in the pool, but the bathroom to the pool I went to was fucking DISGUSTING. More worse than gas station bathrooms. So I tinkled in the water.
      Sxrko 7 aug
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    • Sippin on straight chlorine, let the vibe slide over me.
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    • Slurrp
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    • Ok so I just got back from a pool and my eyes were red so fuck
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    • The reason your eyes get red and that classic pool smell is because of bodily fluids. It’s not just pee, but stuff like sweat, spit, mucus, etc.
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    • I looked it up and the CDC released some vague article about it. Some CDC scientist also interviewed saying it but no one cited any scientific studies or anything. Chloramine is formed by chlorine and nitrogen. Nitrogen can come from lots of area of the human body, not just pee
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    • idk man, i swim in a pool with only pee and my eyes dont get red
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    • I think whoever made this mixed it up with how chlorine stinks from it being mixed with pee and the chlorine itself doesn’t actually stink
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    • Yeah I live in a small townhome community and barely anyone ever goes to the pool except me. There are no kids here. It still smells like chlorine so shut the fuck up
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    • Chloramine is created when chorine mixes with any kind of organic matter. So yes pee, but also hair, dead skin, spit, etc.
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    • Chloramine is a rudimentary mustard gas made from chlorine and ammonia. Ammonia is in urine, but will only be separated out with bleach. Unless bleach in fairly heavy concentrations are in pools, this wouldn’t work to this extent
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    • It’s not what’s responsible for eye redness that’s just the chlorine. The smell of chlorine is cause by the combination of Urea which is found in both urine and sweat.
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    • sweat mostly not pee
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    • No, this is wrong.
      TwoShot 7 aug
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    • Autauga 7 aug
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    • 29 comments wtf
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    • Same with the smell
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    • Yeah, that's not true.
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    • Also that chlorine smell is iron mixed with chlorine I’m a pool boy and I get hit with the smell of pure chlorine every day it smells very difrent
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    • It's trichloramine
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    • Technically it’s the PH levels in the water that does it
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    • Mostly sweat tho
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    • My brother is allergic to chlorine, that’s why his eyes get red and shit like that
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    • Don't you love it when you are swimming in a public pool and look over to see someone with 12 pounds of bubbling green and yellow snot pouring out of their nose spitting up tons of water they just drank.
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    • This format sucks
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    • Bad ph makes your eyes burn
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    • Chlorine was literally used as a poisonous gas in the Great War, a common side affect was blindness
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    • On/off
      noondeer 7 aug
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    • But what makes the pee blue?
      Fritzor 7 aug
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    • Oh god that’s nasty
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    • Chlorine in water also doesnt smell; that “chlorine smell” or “pool smell” is also chlorine mixed with urine
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    • Phexal 7 aug
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    • Whattttt
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    • My friend started up a hot tub that hadn't been turned on in like a year and I was sitting right next to the chlorine filter, which spit out tons of chlorine or something because my friend and I sitting next to it started heaving and crawled out of the tub like zombies until we dizzily passed out
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    • Then why is it that when me and my friend fill up his pool and put chlorine in it it immediately burns our eyes upon entry
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    • This happens with the smell. Now stick your fingers up your butt
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    • FactChecker around to confirm/debunk this?
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    • 4 comments wtf
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    • The smell is the urine reacting
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    • Piss eyes Piss eyes
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    • Yeah tell that to my blood shot eyes, went to the pool yesterday.
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    • 15 comments wtf
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    • Pool water tastes different if blax have been in it
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    • The pool smell is just urine mixed with the chlorine
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    • Guy on YouTube tested this, yes the pool smell is from piss
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    • If a pool smells really strong of chlorine it just means it’s full of piss.
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    • Better than urine itself
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    • Sweat has quite a bit of urine, so that’s why pools have urine in it
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    • I thought chloramine was ammonia bound with chlorine used for treating drinking water. I didn’t know urine could react with pool chlorine and create it also... does that mean water treatment employees take turns cleaning our water? Hahaha
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    • Id beg to differ if you pour some on your face. Pls try it.
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    • It the weed in the pool
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    • Actually it's microscopic pubic skin flakes, but what do I know I'm just a WPA Pool champion.
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    • Time to take a piss. (blinds literally everybody swimming underwater) my friend:what the hell are you doing. me:im taking a piss.
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    • It's also what makes pools smell like pool
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    • Not urine specifically. It’s from any kind of bodily fluid and chlorine disinfectants. So most of the time it’s likely sweat that is what mixed. But yes pee is one, and so I saliva and other miscellaneous oils
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    • I was told by a guy working at a pool store that it’s actually a ph imbalance that causes your eyes to stink (if there’s a lot of pee it would probably mess with the ph)
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    • It's the pH in the water that is more likely to burn your eyes.
      JonTarbal 10 aug
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    • Urine mixed with chlorine is the nostalgic smell most people associate with public pools, putting chlorine in nothing but water does not produce a smell
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    • What makes your eyes red isn't chlorine, it's a Low pH. Pools have pH plus and pH minus supplements they use to try to keep the water around 7.6,the natural pH of your eyes. If you have red eyes, it's off
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    • That’s also what makes the pool smell the way it does. if it was just chlorine it wouldn’t smell like anything
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    • I’m not too sure if chloramines are the cause of red eyes after swimming in a pool but I’m aware that trichloramine is the classic pool smell. If you don’t believe me, just ask Mark Rober, an ex-NASA engineer dedicated to promoting science on YouTube
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    • Same with the chlorine smell
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    • Y’all realize there’s urea in your sweat right?
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    • Yeah thats false haha I refuse to believe that..
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