Friday, March 07, 2008


sun·bathe / Pronunciation[suhn-beyth]
–verb (used without object), -bathed, -bath·ing. To bathe in the sun.

Sunbathing in New England: to bask in the glory of temperatures soaring above 32°F. One can sunbathe in New England while wearing as little as one layer of clothing. One may even sunbathe from the comfort of their livingroom as the glare of the sun reflects against the four-foot tall snowbanks. When one is sunbathing in New England, they may not need sunblock because their pants, hat, gloves, boots, and jacket will completely thwart harmful sun rays.

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It's what sets us apart from the rest of the country.


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