Lane bullies arrive at the pool half an hour prior to it opening in order to be first in line. Lane bullies bolt to their lane to place a waterbottle next to it just in case someone dares to attempt take it first. Lane bullies roll their eyes when they are late and some newbie has taken their lane. Lane bullies will gladly tell that newbie just whose lane they are in. Lane bullies will swim next to their lane when it is occupied and be really splashy and swervy so the person in their lane will clear out. Lane bullies have no qualms about terrorizing other swimmers in order to get their lane. Lane bullies like to tease other lane bullies by taking their lanes, and then graciously giving them back. Lane bullies will sometimes give up their lane to someone who they deem worthy, based on physical appearance or an appreciation for their wit. Lane bullies swim for over an hour. Lane bullies hate change, and are the first to complain about new procedures, new standards, new people, new lifeguards, and new equipment.
It must be very tiring to be a lane bully.