From the Biography of Richard Dicken.
As a little child, Richard was a very happy boy. Like all little kids, he loved spending time with friends and family. One day he was out fishing with his father, tragedy struck. Richard fell out of the boat and almost drowned. He became so scared of the water, he wouldn't even put a tip in. As he got older, kids would tease him about his fear. Determined to get past his fears, he went to the local swimming pool. Bouncing slightly on the diving board to gain the courage to go for it, he suffered a shift in his shorts. So focused on the water, he didn't know his dick had slipped out the bottom. Bouncing and bouncing, he was unaware that everyone was staring at him. Men's jaws dropped and the women were wetter than kids in the pool. Richard jumped in head first. Climbing the ladder, he felt a confidence like no other and that day he decided to live his life going head first.