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Burnt scone.

Wed Feb 19, 2014 4:50 pm

:shock:
Last edited by spork on Mon Aug 25, 2014 7:49 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Re: Burnt scone.

Wed Feb 19, 2014 5:19 pm

Nice tan pattern :lol:
Grow your hair - it makes a good sun shield

Re: Burnt scone.

Wed Feb 19, 2014 8:28 pm

Who would've thought that mesh that fine would let that much radiation in onto your scone?

The Cancer Council got it right decades ago - Total cover, and slip, slop, slap.

Re: Burnt scone.

Wed Feb 19, 2014 8:32 pm

Are you covering for the fact that you went to ashley and martin ----- looks like it :?

Re: Burnt scone.

Wed Feb 19, 2014 8:37 pm

eagle4031 wrote:Are you covering for the fact that you went to ashley and martin ----- looks like it :?


If Ashley and Martin had done my hair it would be me in the ads not Warnie :D

Re: Burnt scone.

Thu Feb 20, 2014 9:37 am

kayakone wrote:Who would've thought that mesh that fine would let that much radiation in onto your scone?

The Cancer Council got it right decades ago - Total cover, and slip, slop, slap.



It took me by surprise to Trev.
eagle4031 wrote:Are you covering for the fact that you went to ashley and martin ----- looks like it :?


Who and who? No mate, I'm not that vain. Always figured when I start to go bald I'd just shave the rest.

RhubarbTheYeti wrote:Nice tan pattern :lol:
Grow your hair - it makes a good sun shield


Had long hair as a young bloke. Last 15-20 years I've kept it short. Takes 2 minutes to dry after a shower. Matbe I should just grow my fringe? :D

Re: Burnt scone.

Thu Feb 20, 2014 10:58 am

And I thought that your missus must have burned some scones whilst cooking... what a nasty surprise! :(

I noticed yesterday after talking with a couple of AKFF'ers at Scarby, that young people are still sunbathing on the beaches.

Some of my friends in their 70s+ live to regret sunbathing in their youth. Scars all over their bodies from removed cancers... faces awfully distorted from more cancers...

I thought that with all the knowledge we have today on the sun and its effects, sunbathing would have been a thing of the past.

Spork... I wonder will the little spots peel as well? ;-)

Jimbo

Re: Burnt scone.

Thu Feb 20, 2014 2:59 pm

Beekeeper wrote:I noticed yesterday after talking with a couple of AKFF'ers at Scarby, that young people are still sunbathing on the beaches.

Some of my friends in their 70s+ live to regret sunbathing in their youth. Scars all over their bodies from removed cancers... faces awfully distorted from more cancers...

I thought that with all the knowledge we have today on the sun and its effects, sunbathing would have been a thing of the past.


Youth is wasted on the young......
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