My husband has nieces that are younger than we are and look older and it's all because of the sun and tanning booths. The disturbing part of your sign is that how far past bronze do you need to go?Great find!
Two memes for the price of one. :-) Nice reflections you captured.Thanks for your visit and comment on my sign.
Hi Grams,Thank you for your supportive kind words on my blog. Hope you have a great weekend.Viola from along a widowed road.blogspot
And when they are old, they will regret it but the young never think of being old.
Good one.Sydney - City and Suburbs
The "Beyond" being cancer? Hmm.... cool reflections.
We have tanning saloon here too. And as I have read the customers are getting younger and younger. Oftentimes, being sorry is too late. Signs,Signs
They have just raised the age at which youngsters can use sunbeds and tanning studios in the UK - to 18. They have certainly been talking about the effects a lot but they still seem very popular.
doesn't the govt regulate the users of these? www.ewok1993.wordpress.com
I have never understood why people would want to purposely expose themselves to high concentrations of UV. But that's just me!
Even staying out in natural sun, there are so many side effects. And could also imagine those young kids in beauty contest get tan in the salon, too. Sigh...
I have too many friends and relatives who used to be sun worshipers and now have to be checked yearly for skin cancer. Yuck. What WERE we thinking!!! And what are we STILL thinking?????
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