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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Steph Dawe, Nov 27, 2005.
? uh ....ok
Ouch but cool.
I take it you joined TB after my last sunburn adventure. Cheezewiz will be in shortly to fill you in.
This time I burnt my face and arms - the dinners were covered and untouched. The photos aren't that good, but you get the idea.
It's been worse, but it still sucks.
And don't ask me why I'm smiling, either.
Australian slang?? I have my ideas, but I don't want to be rude.
LOL Mike. I guess we're all thinking the same thing.
Doesn't look TOO bad this time, however, you got a bit of a coon-eye thing going on.
Ahh, that'll never compare when I melted off part of my face with a potato cannon/
My back got burnt the other week. Now it's a healthy glowing tan
Maybe you should re-post the previous sunburn photos for us to compare .
I don't know if anything could compare to Matt Till setting hs crotch on fire.
Good God, woman. You have to be more careful than that.
I had a basal cell carcinoma removed from the tip of my nose 15 years ago, caused by - you guessed it - repeated sunburn. Now I have this lovely crater the diameter of a pencil eraser there that reminds me to use sunblock whenever I go out.
Don't let it happen to you.
And to popinfresh, whatever you read or hear, it's poppycock. Tan is not healthy. Especially if it started as a burn.
Poppycock is chocolate/peanut popcorn sold in bags at the grocery store. Dont know what youre talking about.
Don't know what I'm talking about? Take a number. Look at the sky-rocketing skin cancer rates.
I'm assume this is a reference to the "puppies."
Yeah, be careful, Steph. My wife has seen many tumors and cancers as as result of prolonged sun exposure. Each time you burn it increases the risk of future cancer.
I thought this as soon as I saw the title of the thread.
Does that make me a bad person?