#1

At it deepest it's only 300m.

I always thought it would be at least a few miles deep. I find it's shallowness hard to accept.

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Eathrin Registered User
#2

Ireland and the UK would have been one landmass at some stage, I don't find it that unbelievable.

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#3

Accept it man......we're shallow as a nation.

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#4

Deep enough to separate them from us, but still let us go and take their jobs while disliking them. So, the perfect depth really.

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#5

Shallowness of this thread is what I find hard to accept...

#6

300m down is deep .

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JimmyChew Registered User
#7

984ft pretty ****in deep when you consider the distance between the two landmasses

aaronjumper Registered User
#8

Damn I thought this was going to be a fun guessing game but you just gave away the answer!

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#9

WIZE said:
300m down is deep .


For a swimming pool yes, for a sea or ocean it's shAllow as far as I'm concerned.

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#10

Jaysus 300 meters so if I dived off a boat I may hit my head of the bottom.

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#11

Scanlas The 2nd said:
For a swimming pool yes, for a sea or ocean it's shAllow as far as I'm concerned.


No big plans for the weekend then, no?

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#13

That is interesting it must be the continental shelf thing.

Larianne Registered User
#14

44leto said:
Jaysus 300 meters so if I dived off a boat I may hit my head of the bottom.


At the Kisk bank, its only 10m deep. Mad, seeing as you are so far out at sea.

galwayrush Registered User
#15

What dept does it have to be to geographically divide this island fron the British Isles? Geographically speaking of course.

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