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TOPIC: Brighton Sunshine
#200702
Barney

Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Nearly 37°c here on Brighton beach

Packed, with very little social distancing


In Ibiza, it's only 33°c

But why go abroad for the sun...



 
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#200703
Honey

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Brighton can shove it! I cant think of anything worse.
 
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#200705
wyot

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
Brighton can shove it! I cant think of anything worse.

Brighton has the best Waterstones I've been in; bibliophile paradise...

Hope it is still there anyway...
 
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#200706
Barney

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Magical place Honey - with many famous residents, and home to royalty in the past. With some of the UK's best restaurants - and great weather.

London Victoria is only 55 minutes away by train - hence it's full of us Londoners. Cricket and sailing - par excellence.

Better beaches though further west - down Dorset and Devon/Cornwall way. Just too far from the metropolis - and civilisation.


 
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#200707
Barney

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Past Bognor, you're in carrot cruncher country - with ooh-aah cider sozzled oiks everywhere.

Theses chaps and chapesses know all about hopskip dancing (with bells and sticks), and rolling in the hay.

At least In London - when you go out, you know you'll be robbed - but you won't be bored to death.


 
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#200708
wyot

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Barney wrote:
Nearly 37°c here on Brighton beach

Packed, with very little social distancing


In Ibiza, it's only 33°c

But why go abroad for the sun...





Was this you Barney making a point about social distancing...?

www.theargus.co.uk/news/18621050.amp/


 
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#200717
robbiex

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
Brighton can shove it! I cant think of anything worse.

Who wants premature ageing and risk of skin cancer. Sun tan = sum damage, I don't understand the appeal of lying in the intense heat. There is a much greater risk of dying of skin cancer than coronavirus.
 
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#200719
Green Man

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
Brighton can shove it! I cant think of anything worse.

It was a nice place, the political correctness fucked it up for the norms.
 
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#200723
Barney

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
robbiex wrote:
Honey wrote:
Brighton can shove it! I cant think of anything worse.

Who wants premature ageing and risk of skin cancer. Sun tan = sum damage, I don't understand the appeal of lying in the intense heat. There is a much greater risk of dying of skin cancer than coronavirus.



When sunshine hits the skin it makes Vitamin D from cholesterol - which is beneficial for the body.

And Vitamin D is essential for optimal health. Premature aging is a myth.

Like the chances of skin cancer - unless you're silly enough to overdo things, on a regular basis.


 
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#200730
Sheba

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
Whenever the Daily Mail runs a story about people on beaches in hot weather 95 per cent of the time they will show a photo of Brighton.

Anyone unfamiliar with this country's geography would quite reasonably assume that it is landlocked apart from a tiny strip along the coast somewhere known as 'Brighton'.

Rarely if ever do you see photos of ordinary, un-PC places like Mablethorpe.
 
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#200733
Honey

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
Barney wrote:
Magical place Honey - with many famous residents, and home to royalty in the past. With some of the UK's best restaurants - and great weather.

London Victoria is only 55 minutes away by train - hence it's full of us Londoners. Cricket and sailing - par excellence.

Better beaches though further west - down Dorset and Devon/Cornwall way. Just too far from the metropolis - and civilisation.




Oh I love Brighton, just not crowded stoney beaches.

Mind you, I haven't been for ages and ages because the journey is a bit of a chore from here.

I had one of my worst moments on Brighton beach.
I went for a swim and my boat had too much of an overhang for me to climb back in and I had no clothes on.
 
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#200743
wyot

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
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Oh I love Brighton, just not crowded stoney beaches.

Mind you, I haven't been for ages and ages because the journey is a bit of a chore from here.

I had one of my worst moments on Brighton beach.
I went for a swim and my boat had too much of an overhang for me to climb back in and I had no clothes on. [/quote]

Honey you can't leave us dangling like this: how did the story end?
 
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#200747
Honey

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
wyot wrote:
Honey wrote:


Oh I love Brighton, just not crowded stoney beaches.

Mind you, I haven't been for ages and ages because the journey is a bit of a chore from here.

I had one of my worst moments on Brighton beach.
I went for a swim and my boat had too much of an overhang for me to climb back in and I had no clothes on. [/quote]

Honey you can't leave us dangling like this: how did the story end?[/quote]

I did the only thing possible. I swam to the shore, kept my head up,fixed my eyes into the distance, and sauntered onto the beach as if it was completely normal.

I go red every time I think of it.
 
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#200750
wyot

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
wyot wrote:
Honey wrote:


Oh I love Brighton, just not crowded stoney beaches.

Mind you, I haven't been for ages and ages because the journey is a bit of a chore from here.

I had one of my worst moments on Brighton beach.
I went for a swim and my boat had too much of an overhang for me to climb back in and I had no clothes on.


Honey you can't leave us dangling like this: how did the story end?[/quote]

I did the only thing possible. I swam to the shore, kept my head up,fixed my eyes into the distance, and sauntered onto the beach as if it was completely normal.

I go red every time I think of it. [/quote]

Fantastic and very British management of the situation Honey!
 
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#200751
Green Man

Re:Brighton Sunshine 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
Barney wrote:
Magical place Honey - with many famous residents, and home to royalty in the past. With some of the UK's best restaurants - and great weather.

London Victoria is only 55 minutes away by train - hence it's full of us Londoners. Cricket and sailing - par excellence.

Better beaches though further west - down Dorset and Devon/Cornwall way. Just too far from the metropolis - and civilisation.




Oh I love Brighton, just not crowded stoney beaches.

Mind you, I haven't been for ages and ages because the journey is a bit of a chore from here.

I had one of my worst moments on Brighton beach.
I went for a swim and my boat had too much of an overhang for me to climb back in and I had no clothes on.


The best beach for me is Weymouth.
 
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