FU to my sunscreen

jnoble

Lingering longer for a longering linger
#1
I carefully put you on, SPF 30, practically head to toe, two layers and some spray-on on top of that but I get burned anyway. And no I wasn't in the water or sweating profusely.

That being said, I just upped things a notch and bought some SPF 50. Stupid sun! Stupid light skin!
 

d0uche_n0zzle

**Negative_Creep**
#2
Read the freaking label, pale skin. You need to reapply that shite.
 

jnoble

Lingering longer for a longering linger
#3
I know that, but I wasn't on the beach really that long and it was overcast a good part of the afternoon as well.

Btw, reapplying doesn't always work either. I was at the Mirage pool in Vegas last year in the baking sun all day and kept reapplying over and over again, like at least 7 times, but got burned anyway. I should probably never use anything below 50 SPF again. Actually, my scalp where I part my hair got it the worst. Brushing it was painful for the following two days
 

gleet

What's black and white and red all over?
#4
Would you rather be black?







Then quit yer bitching.:action-sm
 

d0uche_n0zzle

**Negative_Creep**
#6
White people, were not meant to be uncovered when outside.

Only proper slaves work that way, sir.
 

Mags

LDAR, bitch.
Donator
#7
I carefully put you on, SPF 30, practically head to toe, two layers and some spray-on on top of that but I get burned anyway. And no I wasn't in the water or sweating profusely.

That being said, I just upped things a notch and bought some SPF 50. Stupid sun! Stupid light skin!
White people problems.
 

tattered

Uber-Aryan
Wackbag Staff
#8
I have to use spf 100. I also cant tan. Im either red or white
Irish ppl problems
 

Sinn Fein

Infidel and White Interloper
Wackbag Staff
#9
I'm more tan than I've ever been in my life. As one would expect, the sun is killer down here. I got burned a little the other day while in the pool. It wasn't even an hour.
 

Lil'GlubGlub

You may call me Chef Glub
#11
I have SPF 70+ Spray on that I picked up at Walmart. Been good so far.


jnoble said:
I know that, but I wasn't on the beach really that long and it was overcast a good part of the afternoon as well.
You can still get burned in overcast conditions. I made that mistake last year while cooking outside for work. I was outside for about 3 hrs and didn't know I was burnt until I took my hat off in the bathroom. My face was bright red and my forehead was pasty white.
 
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