Top 10 Reasons NOT to color your pool for St. Patty's Day...

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why color it when you could have the real thing, i mean who DOESN't want a pool full of beer :lol:
 

Hotrod30

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I had to look up Blue Party Pool. Found it; but something I don't understand.




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Forget it. I found where it comes in red and green also.





I learn stuff on this site every day.
 

tcora

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Re: Top 10 Reasons NOT to color your pool for St. Patty's Da

SeanB said:
I'll bet it seemed like a good idea at the time, but lets hear all the reasons, NOT to color your pool for St. Patty's Day.

As always, the top 10 will be featured in next month's issue of the Trouble Free Pool Newsletter! ;)

Check your inbox later today for the February issue.
By the time we're done coloring all the beer, we won't have any dye left!
 

Butterfly

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Everyone would think we were using one of the local pool services instead of BBB! :shock:

duraleigh (Dave)'s drunken, illegal, fighting elves might hear of it and want to move down here! :evil:

It just goes against the blue, I mean the green ...I mean the grain! :oops:

Green water in a pool is sad. :(

Joyce