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For the first time this year everyone is looking very tanned, down in Richmond park snoozing after lunch I now have a minor sun burn.

The great ball of fire in the sky is indeed to be feared, also my car alarm keeps going off probably the sensors getting hot and i can't

work out how to disable motion detectors.

Anyone else suffering? :P

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For the first time this year everyone is looking very tanned, down in Richmond park snoozing after lunch I now have a minor sun burn.

The great ball of fire in the sky is indeed to be feared, also my car alarm keeps going off probably the sensors getting hot and i can't

work out how to disable motion detectors.

Anyone else suffering? :P

Give me half an hour

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I'm suffering, so many scantily clad ladies wandering around town.

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For the first time this year everyone is looking very tanned, down in Richmond park snoozing after lunch I now have a minor sun burn.

The great ball of fire in the sky is indeed to be feared, also my car alarm keeps going off probably the sensors getting hot and i can't

work out how to disable motion detectors.

Anyone else suffering? :P

I'll not suffer.

I bought some factor 50 this afternoon (£5 from Asda - for "sun sensitive skin, tropical sun and high altitudes) and I cover any bits that I can before going out in the sun.

There's no way I'll go lobster!

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My teen girlies and their mates have used up all my aftersun because they didn't listen to their old ma when I said put some suncream on. Glowing a bit here... ouch!

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Spectacularly sunny up here for the last two days! And hot too!

We only had one day of Summer last year, on July 12th!

Will stay indoors to keep my blue/grey complexion.... :(

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Nope, I avoid the midday sun, its way too hot. People living in sunnier climes must think we (British) are mental the way we decide to go and get burned.

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Nope, I avoid the midday sun, its way too hot. People living in sunnier climes must think we (British) are mental the way we decide to go and get burned.

It scares the faeces out of me when I see topless young men stalking about town with no top on when we have weather like this.

First sign of the sun and they whip their tops off exposing their chavvy tattoos.

99% don't have sun cream on and today they were very red and blistering.

People just don't seem to get it.

Excessive sun exposure --> skin cancer.

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I was in a tent with Mrs Anorthosite in the Scottish highlands last night and was up at 4am to go climbing. We climbed two mountains, making the second summit by 10am. By noon we was skinny dipping in a crystal clear rock pool and were home, utterly exhausted, by 3pm.

It was baking hot all day, but I put on factor 50 sun cream, so I'm fine :)

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I was in a tent with Mrs Anorthosite in the Scottish highlands last night and was up at 4am to go climbing. We climbed two mountains, making the second summit by 10am. By noon we was skinny dipping in a crystal clear rock pool and were home, utterly exhausted, by 3pm.

I do hope they did not take new pictures for google earth today ;)

Sounds like the perfect day.

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Nope, I avoid the midday sun, its way too hot. People living in sunnier climes must think we (British) are mental the way we decide to go and get burned.

I've heard they liken us to mad dogs.

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People just don't seem to get it.

Excessive sun exposure --> skin cancer.

Well. there is a school of thought that says. No sun exposure = cancer.

Apparently the cancer link is a great marketting ploy of the sun screen manufactures. Look it up .

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I do hope they did not take new pictures for google earth today ;)

Don't worry, there was nothing to see, the water was too damn cold! Shrinkage? I think I felt a retraction...

Sounds like the perfect day.

It was :)

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Well. there is a school of thought that says. No sun exposure = cancer.

Apparently the cancer link is a great marketting ploy of the sun screen manufactures. Look it up .

There was also a school of thought that said smoking was 100% safe...

The effects of ultraviolet rays on living cells is very well documented. Look it up!

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I was in a tent with Mrs Anorthosite in the Scottish highlands last night and was up at 4am to go climbing. We climbed two mountains, making the second summit by 10am. By noon we was skinny dipping in a crystal clear rock pool and were home, utterly exhausted, by 3pm.

It was baking hot all day, but I put on factor 50 sun cream, so I'm fine :)

Are you sure you're not living in the '60's? Or the '30's - as members of a revivalist Nazi 'Strength Through Joy' movement?.

This is Brown's Britain. What of Health and Safety factors?. Did you complete a risk assessment?.

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Are you sure you're not living in the '60's? Or the '30's - as members of a revivalist Nazi 'Strength Through Joy' movement?.

This is Brown's Britain. What of Health and Safety factors?. Did you complete a risk assessment?.

I read the whole thing in a Finbarr Saunders manner.

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Are you sure you're not living in the '60's? Or the '30's - as members of a revivalist Nazi 'Strength Through Joy' movement?.

Ya big jessie. I've been doing this since I was a kid. I go stir crazy when I don't get to run over a mountain for a while. And I don't need a big car to feel like a man ;)

This is Brown's Britain. What of Health and Safety factors?. Did you complete a risk assessment?.

F**k health & safety. One of the best things about the hills is that they're dangerous! There's only one bit of law that counts for anything in the mountains of Scotland, and that's that landlowners can't stop us going there anymore :lol:

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I was in a tent with Mrs Anorthosite in the Scottish highlands last night and was up at 4am to go climbing. We climbed two mountains, making the second summit by 10am. By noon we was skinny dipping in a crystal clear rock pool and were home, utterly exhausted, by 3pm.

It was baking hot all day, but I put on factor 50 sun cream, so I'm fine :)

Wow :) what a fvcking fantastic way to spend a day, I'm officially jealous

I like your style B)

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Wow :) what a fvcking fantastic way to spend a day, I'm officially jealous

I like your style B)

If the summer continues anything like this, we'll be doing it every weekend :)

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There was also a school of thought that said smoking was 100% safe...

The effects of ultraviolet rays on living cells is very well documented. Look it up!

Suprisingly enough people evolved to be exposed to the sun. What a stupid answer you gave. So a commercial product "cigs" used to be considered safe, but another commerical product "sunscreen" is still considered safe. Well sorry but both give you cancer.

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He has no product to sell

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Suprisingly enough people evolved to be exposed to the sun. What a stupid answer you gave. So a commercial product "cigs" used to be considered safe, but another commerical product "sunscreen" is still considered safe. Well sorry but both give you cancer.

http://www.naturalnews.com/001264.html

He has no product to sell

"Of course, the sunscreen manufacturers continue to deny all this while propagating the ridiculous myth that, "There's no such thing as a healthy tan." In reality, there's no such thing as a healthy pale person! A tan is a bonafide sign of good health, and a deep tan actually protects you from cancer. "

No. Black people have evolved to be exposed to the sun. That's why they're black. To protect their lower layers of skin from UV that causes DNA damage and other nasties.

That's why a ridiculously large number of Australians develop skin cancer of one kind or another. Because their European, pale skin is not adapted to such massive UV exposure.

I mean, what would I know?

I'm a physicist by training so I've been indoctrinated with the scientific method and am obviously part of the establishment...

So when I say the link between UV and skin damage/cancer is well founded, is it because I'm a shill?

Conspiracies about UV and sun screen?

Get a grip.

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There is a growing argument that - within safe limits - you should give yourself exposure to the sun each day in order to obtain Vitamin D which is increasingly viewed as a cancer stopper.

Of course, burning yourself negates this but apparently sunscreen stops the formation of Vit D so you need to give yourself just enough exposure not to burn but enough to get Vit D creation mechanism in your body working.

After that, you need to slip, slap, slop on sunscreen - I use factor 50.

Lllangennith was full of gorgeous women today - surfie chicks with curvy figures and one wonderful looking lady in a red baywatch red coloured bikini. Surf was great, water lovely and it was a joyous day.

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Conspiracies about UV and sun screen?

Get a grip.

Of course burning yourself is dangerous. Its not conspiracies.. Its products to sell. Like diet food. Funny how slimming / low fat products are so popular and yet obesity is at record levels too.

All medical research is to make money, this is why there will never be a cure for cancer. Only expensive treatments.

I think after years of saying something, like house prices are over priced and they will go down and then being poo poo'd , it opens your mind to lots of things that people just accept, as being completly wrong. I think that health guy calls it "counterthink"

Diet food makes you fat. Sunscreen can cause skin cancer. No such thing as man made climate change.

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