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    Geez I've never seen a baptism where they actually immerse the baby in water. Plain stupid.
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    (Original post by Sakura-Chan)
    They can't breathe, but if you submerge new born babies in water they hold their breath :yep:
    I wonder how they found that out. I can't help imagining some heartless person trying and failing to drown a baby, but the resilient little scamp resolutely managing to hold his breath... :holmes:
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    What's going to happen to the priest? Surely they're not going to treat this as an accident :\
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    I think the death was probably something other then drowning. Kind of like the girl who got the HPV vaccine and died. Then it turned out she had a condition which just randomly killed her at the same day she got her vaccine. The vaccine wasn't linked to her death.

    (Original post by machiavelli123)
    I wonder how they found that out. I can't help imagining some heartless person trying and failing to drown a baby, but the resilient little scamp resolutely managing to hold his breath... :holmes:
    Have you by any chance seen those old BBC documentaries by an old proffessor. I think his name was Winston or something. One of them had babies in a swimming pool. They also contrasted it with a monkey in a pool. The babies could swim however the poor monkey couldn't.
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    Bwahahahaha
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    That's awful .....
 
 
 
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