party in the park ??

  1. hey did anybody go or watch party in the park (hyde park)

    i did it was very good its the first time I've been to a concert for years!!

    it was a great day, but i got sun-burned :imbar (im careful but i obviously wasn't to day, im burned badddddddddd!) i was putting on factor 15 regularly.

    any how it was good!!


    Ruby
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  3. by   gwenith
    You got sunburnt in England??? How??? I didn't know the sunlight ever got out from behind the clouds long enough to even stimulate the old vitamin D!!!
  4. by   Spaniel gal


    there was big fat black cloud and big fat fluffly clouds. i didnt burn... i fryed!!!! :imbar

    im not joking im not pale either, dark hair and med skin tone type!!

    yeah them clouds are little devils, you can get wind with it to and u still burn.

    my bloke is laughing his head off cos im always givng the be careful at football/golf and i come back like this. and everybody has a pic cos he took a digital pic and sent it to everyone. well hes been a bit down them last week im glad i've given a good laugh. although i know its not funny really!!

    :chuckle :imbar
  5. by   gwenith
    Perhaps I should send you over some 30+ Uv cream from Australia.
  6. by   Spaniel gal


    i promise i will be MORE careful, im as shocked as you are about the (usual lack of) sun today. im not moaning, well i should i went on holiday to Hastings/Camber (UK) and it rained all week (last week)

    well got my weeks worth today
  7. by   Good_Queen_Bess
    Well apparantly here in the UK, we are overtaking the aussies in the skin cancer stats. We all love a good tan, unfortunatley. Sorry to be depressing.
    I think it's because when we get the few weeks of lovely weather we get, we go OTT and then go and holidays aboard and tell the sun to "do yer worst!"
  8. by   gwenith
    Meanwhile in the antipodes we have been running a "Slip Slop Slap" campaign to get people to slip on a shirt slop on some sunscreen and slap on a hat. This has been so successful that we are risking vitamin D deficiency!!
  9. by   Huq
    Here we are sweltering in the 100's.

    Gwenith send me some of your sun screen or better still, send me Hastings in the rain.

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