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2013-07-06 12:30:58 PM
I'm willing to take the bullet and rub #3 with aloe...amont other things.
 
2013-07-06 12:36:28 PM
I mean, you already know she's a dirty slut. She put on those fancy shoes to take a naked picture of herself.
 
2013-07-06 12:42:23 PM
Sunscreen good
No sunscreen bad
Rest of advice based on years of Jedi teaching experience, yes.
This advice I dispense now
Enjoy the power and beauty of the Force
Understand the Force you will not
until you have used it
Fabulous is how you look
Fat as Jabba the Hutt you are not
Worry not about the Dark Side
Worrying is as effective as trying to stick C-3PO together with bubblegum
Do one thing, everyday, that would scare even Darth Maul
Yes
Floss
waste time not at Mos Eisley
In the end hung over you will be, yes
Kind to your lightsaber be
For when it's gone, miss it you will
Dance, even if you have nowhere to do it
but your own swamp on Dagobah
Beauty magazines read you not
make you feel ugly and green they will
Yes
Just one minute you wait
What is wrong with being ugly and green? I ask
Get to know your father
You never know if Darth Vader he will be
Live on ice planet Hoth once
Leave, before hard it makes you
Live in Naboo once
But leave before soft it makes you
Travel at lightspeed
but make sure hyperdrive works
Accept certain inalienable truths
Luke and Leia, related they are
Wookies, shed all over the furniture they will
And sound a lot like Grover on Sesame street, I do
Respect Mace Windu
Very good in Pulp Fiction he was
Yes
With your hair mess not
Or by the time you're 800
One thousand it will look
Be careful of advice and. . . Boba Fett
but trust you me on the sunscreen
 
2013-07-06 02:06:04 PM
i915.photobucket.com
 
2013-07-06 02:25:24 PM
Sounds suspiciously like a Patricia Krentcil slideshow. Will NOT click.
 
2013-07-06 02:32:37 PM
I liked the tiger striped one
 
2013-07-06 02:36:36 PM
White people problems.
 
2013-07-06 02:37:17 PM
Jewellery and sunglasses are a basic no-no (if you're an idiot)

Uh-huh.
 
2013-07-06 02:38:39 PM

That Guy in the Dos Equis Commercials: Pasty British White people problems.

 
2013-07-06 02:40:21 PM

WeenerGord: I liked the tiger striped one


Looked like the pink-and-white version of Avatar.
 
2013-07-06 02:44:42 PM
So the sun is doing shiatfeed lists now?
 
2013-07-06 02:47:00 PM
HaHa.jpg
 
2013-07-06 02:56:33 PM
I take my watch and wedding ring off for daily walks, but I'm afraid I'll always have the Hank Hill farmer's tan:

2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-07-06 03:36:47 PM
Those burns look painful... but there's something about tan lines that are sexy as hell. When the redness dies down - and after they're done peeling - #2 and #3 are going to be ready to be introduced to my cuttlefish of Cthulu. You boys seem to like #3, so I'll just do a mitzvah and take #2 off your hands.
 
2013-07-06 03:41:14 PM

Saborlas: Do one thing, everyday, that would scare even Darth Maul


It is ironical that someone in this thread would mention the Darth Maul, as I came in to post the charming tale of a sunburn I sustained two years ago in the Spring. It was the first warm day we'd had and I was pleased to get out on my bike in just shorts & a jersey since it had been the full winter kit for months. I couldn't find any cycling caps (I almost wrote "cuckolding caps"), and figured that it was late in the day, sun wasn't that high, ehh, no big deal, and also didn't bother digging out the sunscreen. I got my shaved head burned in the pattern of my bike helmet's vents and it looked much like Darth Maul.

Try it some time.
 
2013-07-06 03:42:32 PM
I'm still recovering from 4th of July heat exhaustion right now, so I'm getting a kick out of this.

/ It's a lot like the Flu.
// The Sun attacked me.
 
2013-07-06 03:44:27 PM

AngryJailhouseFistfark: Saborlas: Do one thing, everyday, that would scare even Darth Maul

It is ironical that someone in this thread would mention the Darth Maul, as I came in to post the charming tale of a sunburn I sustained two years ago in the Spring. It was the first warm day we'd had and I was pleased to get out on my bike in just shorts & a jersey since it had been the full winter kit for months. I couldn't find any cycling caps (I almost wrote "cuckolding caps"), and figured that it was late in the day, sun wasn't that high, ehh, no big deal, and also didn't bother digging out the sunscreen. I got my shaved head burned in the pattern of my bike helmet's vents and it looked much like Darth Maul.

Try it some time.


I've gotten the helmet lines once. ONCE.
By the way, someone needs to buy Peter Sagan some sunscreen. He's got white lines from the chin strap on his helmet.
 
2013-07-06 03:46:32 PM
I was an idiot back in April. Sat in the bleachers one Sunday for a Reds-Marlins game. It was about 55 degrees and sunny. Wore long sleeves, jeans, sunglasses...and no hat or sunscreen. Needless to say I got burned. Had to use moisturizer on my face and ears for about a week. Kept everything from peeling by doing that. Still have somewhat of a red raccoon look around my eyes almost 3 months later. I kind of looked like the one guy in the article. One of the dumber things I've done in recent years. Note to self: just because it's cold out doesn't mean you can't get sunburned. For whatever reason I never made that connection. I blame pre-game beer consumption.
 
2013-07-06 03:48:15 PM

jaylectricity: I mean, you already know she's a dirty slut. She put on those fancy shoes to take a naked picture of herself.


No kidding. "Sure, I'll let you take an embarrassing picture of me for the Sun--just let me put on my fark-me shoes first."
 
2013-07-06 03:53:01 PM
www.virtual-history.com
 
2013-07-06 03:59:13 PM
I go fishing with a guy that wears crocks and his feet have polka dots on them after a summer on the boat
 
2013-07-06 04:04:17 PM

slimkibbles: I was an idiot back in April. Sat in the bleachers one Sunday for a Reds-Marlins game. It was about 55 degrees and sunny. Wore long sleeves, jeans, sunglasses...and no hat or sunscreen. Needless to say I got burned. Had to use moisturizer on my face and ears for about a week. Kept everything from peeling by doing that. Still have somewhat of a red raccoon look around my eyes almost 3 months later. I kind of looked like the one guy in the article. One of the dumber things I've done in recent years. Note to self: just because it's cold out doesn't mean you can't get sunburned. For whatever reason I never made that connection. I blame pre-game beer consumption.



I got a mild sunburn when I visited Machu Picchu. It was cool enough I had to wear a jacket... but there's not as much atmosphere up there between you and that yellow orb of fire in the sky...

art.penny-arcade.com
 
2013-07-06 04:16:49 PM
Dammit science! It's 2013; I should be able to pop a pill that would stimulate my melanocytes, giving me a deep tan over my entire body, thereby protecting my skin.
 
2013-07-06 04:25:48 PM
the best treatment is silver sulferdiazine, get the cold cream version costs about $20 a jar online.  cuts the damage done by the burn significantly.  speeds healing.

all of the other treatments are just jokes.

yes I am a red head.  not quite an albino.  burst into flame in direct sun.
 
2013-07-06 04:28:38 PM
How is this possible? The sun never shines in Britain!

/been there
//lots
///like Seattle x 50
////pastiest people I've ever laid eyes on
 
2013-07-06 04:31:57 PM

Repo Man: Dammit science! It's 2013; I should be able to pop a pill that would stimulate my melanocytes, giving me a deep tan over my entire body, thereby protecting my skin.


I remember reading, a few years ago, about ongoing research into a cream that would do just that. Apply it on the skin and it would effectively do what UV light does, but without the accompanying cell damage. I don't know if it's still being developed or if there were some unforeseen problems.
 
2013-07-06 04:37:21 PM
Brits in the Sun = Fork in the Microwave

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2013-07-06 04:45:12 PM

mongbiohazard: Those burns look painful... but there's something about tan lines that are sexy as hell. When the redness dies down - and after they're done peeling...


You don't know those people very well.  When the peeling is done they are just as white as before.
 
2013-07-06 04:59:27 PM

TastyEloi: Repo Man: Dammit science! It's 2013; I should be able to pop a pill that would stimulate my melanocytes, giving me a deep tan over my entire body, thereby protecting my skin.

I remember reading, a few years ago, about ongoing research into a cream that would do just that. Apply it on the skin and it would effectively do what UV light does, but without the accompanying cell damage. I don't know if it's still being developed or if there were some unforeseen problems.




That's just it, I've been hearing about this for decades now, but it still hasn't materialized. You end up in these situations where you didn't realize you were going to be out in the sun, and don't have any sunscreen, or you miss a spot, etc. In the near term, sunburn is painful and annoying; in the long term, it's disfiguring and dangerous.
 
2013-07-06 05:09:31 PM

TastyEloi: Repo Man: Dammit science! It's 2013; I should be able to pop a pill that would stimulate my melanocytes, giving me a deep tan over my entire body, thereby protecting my skin.

I remember reading, a few years ago, about ongoing research into a cream that would do just that. Apply it on the skin and it would effectively do what UV light does, but without the accompanying cell damage. I don't know if it's still being developed or if there were some unforeseen problems.



It does exist, but you wont be getting it, because it also causes euphoria, and feeling good is not allowed. Last I heard, it was being trialed in Australia for skin cancer.
 
2013-07-06 05:18:10 PM

Repo Man: TastyEloi: Repo Man: Dammit science! It's 2013; I should be able to pop a pill that would stimulate my melanocytes, giving me a deep tan over my entire body, thereby protecting my skin.

I remember reading, a few years ago, about ongoing research into a cream that would do just that. Apply it on the skin and it would effectively do what UV light does, but without the accompanying cell damage. I don't know if it's still being developed or if there were some unforeseen problems.

That's just it, I've been hearing about this for decades now, but it still hasn't materialized. You end up in these situations where you didn't realize you were going to be out in the sun, and don't have any sunscreen, or you miss a spot, etc. In the near term, sunburn is painful and annoying; in the long term, it's disfiguring and dangerous.


This happened to a coworker of mine not long ago. She was at some work event that was held outside and got a bad sunburn on the right side of her face and right arm (her other side was in the shadows.) It happened pretty quickly and before she really realized just how much sun she was getting.
 
2013-07-06 05:23:42 PM

Repo Man: TastyEloi: Repo Man: Dammit science! It's 2013; I should be able to pop a pill that would stimulate my melanocytes, giving me a deep tan over my entire body, thereby protecting my skin.

I remember reading, a few years ago, about ongoing research into a cream that would do just that. Apply it on the skin and it would effectively do what UV light does, but without the accompanying cell damage. I don't know if it's still being developed or if there were some unforeseen problems.

That's just it, I've been hearing about this for decades now, but it still hasn't materialized. You end up in these situations where you didn't realize you were going to be out in the sun, and don't have any sunscreen, or you miss a spot, etc. In the near term, sunburn is painful and annoying; in the long term, it's disfiguring and dangerous.


I thought this already existed.. I remember reading about it.. though there were some negatives about using it that I can't recall
 
2013-07-06 06:14:33 PM

slimkibbles: I was an idiot back in April. Sat in the bleachers one Sunday for a Reds-Marlins game. It was about 55 degrees and sunny. Wore long sleeves, jeans, sunglasses...and no hat or sunscreen. Needless to say I got burned. Had to use moisturizer on my face and ears for about a week. Kept everything from peeling by doing that. Still have somewhat of a red raccoon look around my eyes almost 3 months later. I kind of looked like the one guy in the article. One of the dumber things I've done in recent years. Note to self: just because it's cold out doesn't mean you can't get sunburned. For whatever reason I never made that connection. I blame pre-game beer consumption.


Same thing happened to a friend of mine.  He's a big Gators fan, and I tagged along to see them play Vandy a few years back.  I tend to get a bit of sun, and rarely burn, especially by November, but my friend's very much an inside guy.  Cool day (by FL standards, probably upper 60s), not a cloud in the sky.  He's there in his sunglasses and a t-shirt.

He was a raccoon in a lot of pain shortly after the game.  (Nothing a few beers and what not couldn't take care of, of course.)
 
2013-07-06 06:25:55 PM
As a fellow ginger, vinegar is a great sting treatment. Use immediately after the burn. Aloe is next, for the burning and dryness/peeling.
 
2013-07-06 06:26:29 PM
www.chud.com
 
2013-07-06 06:42:16 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-07-06 07:09:19 PM

madgordy: the best treatment is silver sulferdiazine, get the cold cream version costs about $20 a jar online.  cuts the damage done by the burn significantly.  speeds healing.



Wikipedia (that highly-reliable peer-reviewed oracle of all knowledge) disagrees with you, FWIW.

//I always used Noxzema on a bad sunburn.

///But time is pretty much the only cure.
 
2013-07-06 08:13:06 PM

slimkibbles: I was an idiot back in April. Sat in the bleachers one Sunday for a Reds-Marlins game. It was about 55 degrees and sunny. Wore long sleeves, jeans, sunglasses...and no hat or sunscreen. Needless to say I got burned. Had to use moisturizer on my face and ears for about a week. Kept everything from peeling by doing that. Still have somewhat of a red raccoon look around my eyes almost 3 months later. I kind of looked like the one guy in the article. One of the dumber things I've done in recent years. Note to self: just because it's cold out doesn't mean you can't get sunburned. For whatever reason I never made that connection. I blame pre-game beer consumption.


Yep. The only sunburn my kid has ever had was ice fishing in February. In CNY which has no sun in winter.
 
2013-07-06 08:28:34 PM
No more hotties... Leaving disappointed.
 
2013-07-06 11:14:06 PM
I'm so glad there's no pictures of me as a teenager at the beach.  I'm Scottish and Cherokee, so I'm pasty white but tan in unusually dark.  And during my teenage years, I worked for the Boy Scouts.  Farmer's tan has nothing on the Boy Scout tan:  Same as the farmer's tan, but add additional tanlines for shorts and knee socks.  Couldn't shake those tanlines until well into my 20s.
 
2013-07-06 11:32:44 PM
farm1.staticflickr.com

My shoulder, a couple days ago.
 
2013-07-07 12:03:01 AM

Repo Man: TastyEloi: Repo Man: Dammit science! It's 2013; I should be able to pop a pill that would stimulate my melanocytes, giving me a deep tan over my entire body, thereby protecting my skin.

I remember reading, a few years ago, about ongoing research into a cream that would do just that. Apply it on the skin and it would effectively do what UV light does, but without the accompanying cell damage. I don't know if it's still being developed or if there were some unforeseen problems.

That's just it, I've been hearing about this for decades now, but it still hasn't materialized. You end up in these situations where you didn't realize you were going to be out in the sun, and don't have any sunscreen, or you miss a spot, etc. In the near term, sunburn is painful and annoying; in the long term, it's disfiguring and dangerous.


cdn2-b.examiner.com
 
2013-07-07 01:35:54 AM
When I joined the Air Force, I found out I was going to Biloxi, MS for tech school. A few of my friends, who had been in the Deep South tried to warn me that the sun was different down there. I scoffed "I am part Mexican, I am from California, I don't burn."  Yeah. After my first day at the beach, I had water blisters on my face. I learned my lesson.  More than one of my fellow trainees got demerits for "damaging Air Force property" when they were too burnt to put on their uniforms. I got mine on, but I was miserable.
 
2013-07-07 03:39:55 PM
I ended up with skin cancer on my left temple (the right side is clear) from doing a lot of driving.  I'd also get burned on my left thigh, as you typically don't think about putting on sunscreen when going on a long drive.
 
2013-07-07 09:18:24 PM

Magook: [farm1.staticflickr.com image 500x377]

My shoulder, a couple days ago.


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