You don't actually need tea to have an underwater tea party, but gravity sure helps. The goal of said party is to sit on the bottom of the pool, holding your make-believe tea cup. Stay underwater for as long as you can, and be sure to save your giggles until after you surface.
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It's almost pool season. But do you know exactly what you're swimming in? HowStuffWorks wades through a disgusting study just released by the CDC.