Just Say No To “Sunkist” Boobs!

Just Say No To Sunkist BoobsYou definitely show your age on your chest. There are very few things that are as unattractive as leather. It was Coco Chanel who first showed up with a tan, therefore encouraging a generation of beautiful women to do the same. Look at us now, we are a crate of oranges, a bag of Cheetos, and a closet full of leather jackets. Lucky us, there is nothing sexier than looking like an old shoe.

It is just damned hideous. Women spend hours in the sun just so they can look like an orange peel.

Dare I mention melanoma? Do I mention that skin cancer affects one in five? So for every five Oompa Loompas you see, one of them will get skin cancer.

Call me snowflake, call me white bread, call me pale Gail, but you will never call me “the girl that died from skin cancer”.

Did you tan today? Good for you, those are some sexy, wrinkled, orange, freckled breasts you have. Don’t go turning me on now.


19 thoughts on “Just Say No To “Sunkist” Boobs!

  1. Good for you! A Native American friend once teased me about being so pale, and I replied, “Quit insulting my Celtic heritage!” I’d never thought of it that way before, but if you knew this guy, you’d know why it went through my head then. He hugged me and apologized, and never teased me about my skin color (or lack thereof!) again.

    aka @TuiSnider, popping by from #ArchiveDay on Twitter!

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  2. My grandma, born in 1901, shunned the sun because a tan meant you were a farmer. My mother overdosed on the sun because she was a golfer. When my grandma died at 82, her skin looked better than my mom’s did at 61. It was a lesson in the damage the sun causes.

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  3. Hey SkinnyandSingle! I am a farm woman, so I do get a tan from working outside all summer, but I do try to remember to protect my face and to slather on sunscreen every now and then. I’d never subject my skin to a tanning bed. Do I get a pass?

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  4. Glad I am not the only male that comments on tanning and skin cancer. I sit here with 16 stitches in my forehead, and a black eye where the blood drained to. A tiny, tiny speck on my forehead the derma doc found to be a basal cell. That’s my third, with one squamous cell. I am paying for those Celtic sunburns I undertook while I was a kid. “If you want to dance, you have to pay the fiddler.” I am paying. I didn’t know it would be like this. Signed, SPF 50 PS: A college class mate passed on from this life ONE MONTH after a melanoma was found/detected. Now that is scary.


  5. Thank you for sharing this. I did the whole tanning thing when I was younger. Less than 10 years ago, I started paying for it. Skin Cancer. 3 of them and one recently. I wish I loved my pale, freckled Irish skin back then, but society made us feel inappropriate. Tan was the thing to do. Now. the only tan for me is pale. I wear sunblock year-round. I would think once you had to be cut on to remove a skin cancer, that would be enough. Sadly, I know many that get right back out there and bake. Not this whitey!

    Thanks for a great post!

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  6. I always thought that tanning beds were a form of self-immolation. You can always pay an S&M “therapist” to get you the right hue of red. See you get your tan minus the melanoma. :-0

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