ThunderBabe, After a full day of ridin I look like a coon in reverse when I remove the shades! Hee hee! What a great day today was clear, light gulf brease high around 70. Rode out to Pine Island and north to bokelia.
Thanks!!now unlike the babes of the warmer climates, its time for us northern woman to think sunshine, lines or no lines!
All those going to Daytona, ride safe, wish I was there, bring back your stories....
there is a beach down the jersey shore and a pool in dawsonville ga that you will not obtain tan lines!!!!!! i'm carefull at this point being i've had 2 small peices of skin cancer removed--yes i still will go in the sun--just use sunscreen instead of baby oil and iodine!!!!!
i don't like tan lines on my back so i always took straps down!!!!never made it to the nude beaches
I love Tan lines on all the pretty babes I see at the Beach. Speaking of Beach. I went swimming today on Siesta Key in Sarasota an saw some alwsome well tanned babes. Tall ones short ones and slender ones all ready to eat.
I spied a beached whale, You know the kind B^tt the size of a Tuba wearing hot pants, Man was she crispy-crittered. Where white was, was a bright shade of raw pink. Wow!
I'd hate to be in the pain that she is going to endure?
Lets be careful out there.
Nobody likes a crocodile to lie next to, not even us Australians. However, there is something very ... makes my blood do the mamba ... about those three pale patches that tan lines leave on a browned body. The trick is to not be too brown (watch out for over exposure B) or to make those patches too large. It might work better with the younger sisters out there, I've never see tan lines on our more mature and wiser sisters.
itsja --- I agree with you! I have tan lines, well as much as a string bikini will allow, and I love looking at my tan lines! And I gotta tell you, during the summer months, EVERYWHERE I go ... I hear consistenly, nice tan lines ... it's a good conversation starter, and the guy already knows that I like the sun and I'm not afraid to show my body off. NOW ... the skin cancer thing ... you know sugar, STD's, and the environment we've polluted will also reward you with the Big C --- like Clyde says, iz in the gene pool! Not to minimize loss AT ALL, my condolences to those who have lost loves!!! Mean it! When I was little I got bit by a dog in my face. I still love them!
Molly Z, not everyone that gets exposed to the sun gets skin cancer.
I think it is in the genes and that goes for looking like a piece of of leather also. Methinks there are a lot of things that get overblown and make people afraid. You see a lot of info about wearing the most potent sun block you can get, even in Seattle which has its share of cloudy days.
Having said that, doesn't mean that I don't keep a close eye on the old body because I have spent a LOT of time in the sun, at high altitude, and on snow fields over the years without using sunscreen. Use clown white on the nose and ears to keep them from burning.
From the time I've spent in the sun I should be all wrinkled up, but I'm not. People usually think I'm 50, but I'm NOT. By all rights I should be all wrinkled and shrivelled up, but I'm not. Not to say I don't have a few wrinkles, because that comes with being around for a few years.
Perhaps genes do have something to do with it or perhaps exposure builds up an immunity. I'm not sure of anything except that I've had extreme exposure all my life and don't have that stuff and don't wear ANY sunscreen. I can get pink in a day and then have it change to a tan.