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Pool Cleaning on Easter?

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The Easter Bunny decided to take up a part-time job as a pool service worker to make some extra cash for the busy holiday season. He thought it would be a piece of cake, just cleaning a few pools before heading out on his Easter delivery route. Pool Cleaning on Easter.

But oh, was he wrong! On this particular day, everything that could go wrong did go wrong. As soon as he arrived at his first pool, he realized he had forgotten his pool net at home. Not wanting to waste any time, he decided to use his ears instead. He hopped around the pool, trying to scoop out leaves and debris with his floppy ears, but ended up just getting tangled up in the hose for the automatic pool vacuum.

Pool Cleaning on Easter?

Next, he moved on to his second pool, only to discover that the water was swamp vomit green. He tried to add chlorine, but accidentally spilled the entire jug into the pool, turning it into a bright shade of pink. The Easter Bunny explained that it was due to a chemical reaction (chlorine oxidation of manganese in the fill water), but the homeowner was not pleased.

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Pool Cleaning on Easter

At his third pool, the Easter Bunny was met by the homeowner, Mr. Mönkédick. The customer insisted the Rabbit install the cartridge he had purchased on Amazon. The holiday hare pointed out that Mönkédick had bought the wrong size and was accused of lying. Then, while the Easter bunny was trying to vacuum, all of the customer’s children decided it was time to swim. The pool was filled with little Mönkédicks. Ugh!

But the worst was yet to come. As he was driving to his fourth pool, his pool service truck suddenly broke down. With no other option, the Easter Bunny had to hop from house to house, carrying his chemicals and pool tools.

Finally, after a long day of mishaps and misadventures, the Easter Bunny finished his pool service route. But there was no time to rest, as he still had a job to do. He had to hide eggs and fill baskets with candy for children all around the world.

As he hopped from home to home, the Easter Bunny couldn’t help but laugh at the absurdity of his day. He thought to himself, “If only the kids knew what I went through to get their Easter treats ready!”

Despite his bad day, the Easter Bunny managed to deliver all the eggs and candy on time. This brings joy and happiness to children everywhere. Maybe next year he’ll stick to just being the Easter Bunny and leave the pool cleaning to the pool professionals!


Rudy Stankowitz is a 30-year veteran of the swimming pool industry and President/CEO of Aquatic Facility Training & Consultants