I had an eventful morning at water aerobics.
The new regulation about ten people in the pool means they doubled the number of classes offered, and also made it so that if a class isn't full, they leave a lane open for however many swimmers brings the total in the pool to 10.
We had 7 in the class, so that meant 3 swimmers were allowed to do laps.
The swimmers were pissy about only being given one lane, so made a huge show of splashing as much as possible, annoying the rest of us.
Our instructor had to stop what she was doing several times, to police how many people were swimming laps.
THEN one guy decided to RAM an older woman because she wasn't swimming fast enough for him, AND THEY GOT IN A FIGHT, and our instructor has to go break it up.
So, I complained to the manager because the instructor said it was out of her hands.
I told him that it got so bad, I was seriously considering throwing my water bottle at the guy.
A minute or so later, he asked me about my working out, I mentioned trying to rehab my way back to figure skating, and he got SO EXCITED and said he has to cut me off to ask me if I'd seen the Tonya Harding movie, because he loved it.
He started ranting about judges being unfair to her, etc.
I sheepishly told him that yeah, she was my role model as a young skater... And that a few kids at my club had nicknamed me "Tonya".
You know, minutes after telling him that I was about one second away from throwing my water bottle at a guy