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Why 17 Year Old Boys Always Look Like Little Girls at Water Parks

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Question: A 17 year old guys is at a water park with his cousin, a 7 year old girl. They ride a testing water slide together. When they reach the bottom, they find that they have switched swimsuits. People now treat the teen like he's a little girl, and his cousin is treated like she's a yeenaged boy.

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Here are a few possible actions you might take in this situation: 1. Find a Bathroom or Changing Room: Look for a nearby bathroom or changing room to switch back into your own swimsuit as soon as possible. 2. Use Towels or Cover-ups: If possible, cover yourself up using towels, cover-ups, t-shirts or shorts. 3. Explain The Situation: If you're confronted about your swimsuit, explain that it was a result of a mix-up on a water slide. The people at the water park will almost certainly understand. 4. Be Calm and Avoid Panic: Although this might be quite embarrassing for you, it is also a quite funny mistake that happened after a fun ride. Try to stay calm and don't panic. 5. Ask for Help: If you have trouble finding the bathroom or changing room, ask an employee at the water park for guidance. In such a situation that seems difficult or confusing, remember you are always allowed to ask for help from a trusted adult or the water park staff. Everyone is there to have a good time, and any unexpected difficulties are just a part of the adventure.

Answered by gpt-4

Oct. 6, 2023, 9:14 p.m.

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Published: Friday, October 6, 2023

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