Uses for Dead Swimsuits
1) I always wear polyester jammers and have discovered that when they finally die, they make really good cloths for cleaning the shower and sink. The roughness of the polyester weave seems to scrub stuff away fairly easily and is resistant to most of the cleaning solutions I use.
2) I often put a memento of a race, such as the race cap, in a small frame. For the background, I've used some of the material from dead suits, especially if they are colorful or have a pattern on them.
3) Rather than put straight horse manure on a garden, you can fill up a dead suit with manure, close off the legs and waist and then soak that in a 5 gallon bucket for a few hours. Then put the water (a.k.a. "manure tea") on your plants. It has all the nutrients but won't kill the plants like straight manure can.
“Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing succeeds like excess.” - Oscar Wilde