You gotta admit, sunburns may burn but there are fun things about it, too.
Summertime will always be near and dear to me as it is my favorite season, but as I am a human-ghost hybrid, my pasty self can never seem to be protected enough from sunburn, no matter how much sun cream I slather on.
I was on Twitter the other night and well, for anybody else out there who are basically sheets of pasty white skin waiting for a cookin’, these gems on the Internet are for you:
Ryan Seacrest dishes some advice
— Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) June 11, 2018
Giving the sun some major shade
I got a sunburn at Pride so I’m pretty sure the sun is homophobic.
— Marina Watanabe (@marinashutup) June 11, 2018
When we like stating the obvious
Saying “you got some sun” after seeing someone that has a sunburn
— White People (@WhitePplQuote) June 10, 2018
Tbh, a guilty pleasure as well
Peeling someone’s skin after a horrible sunburn is the most satisfying thing ever. Don’t @ me
— Alyssa♕ (@alyssacook99) June 11, 2018
Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset, repeat
— Parker Rae (@parker_fronk) June 7, 2018
50 Shades of White People, and some might have sunburn
— James Brown #FBPE (@Politicub) June 9, 2018
Obvious, but funny
According to science, sunburn is caused by the nearest star almost setting you on fire
— Headless horse, man (@HlessHman) June 12, 2018
Oh thank God! Some actual good news. But don’t overdo it, of course.
Don’t worry, skin peeling from sunburn is how your body protects you from skin cancer pic.twitter.com/sjiM4GqiSY
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) June 12, 2018
Fun things to do in AZ:
– spend $10 on one Dutch
– become a juuler
– die of heat stroke
– instant sunburn
– hug a cactus
– stay inside
– fall off Grand Canyon
— Em (@emmabrownsteinn) June 10, 2018
No truer truth could have been truthed so immensely.
my summer bod is just my winter bod w/ a sunburn
— Lynnsey Bowling (@lynnsey_bowling) June 12, 2018