Not even kidding. See those old timey diving suits? I would do that in a heartbeat. Florida Keys, Casco Bay, you name the place. Hell I would even go to South Africa in that armory one and fight some sharks. Ever since I was a kid I always wanted to stay underwater as much as I could. I mean, not like I tried to drown myself in my tub but I grew up on a pond and would spend hours swimming. And now I have a pool and I still do it.
Not even sure why I am telling you all this. Maybe I want you to all chip in and buy me a diving suit. Or maybe I am trying to explain why every Friday night when I fly home from New York I watch Sponge Bob. No joke. I always do. And no matter who sits next to me I never get weird looks. And I check, too. Of course maybe they are thinking I am a simpleton but whatevs. I wish I lived in a pineapple under the sea. Or maybe in Squidward’s house. His house is better.
Not that being a deep sea diver doesn’t have its dangers. The Mythbusters clip after the jump shows what happens to your body if there is too much pressure in your suit. Hint: the helmet gets gross. AND, as a bonus, you can see my ultimate deep sea armor suit. It is sort of like a Big Daddy fro Bioshock but cooler and no creepy little girls bothering you. And remember, folks, if you want to donate to my diving helmet fund you can paypal me. or you can jusy buy me this!