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post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-31-2013, 12:15 AM
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set your face on fire.

this will help with both your goggle tan and mental toughness.
This.
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ride with no goggles
use a tanning bed
peel off the lower part of your face
go the the clinc MJ got his skin bleached at
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Don't. Take pride in your goggle tan.
Normally, I don't care, but I have called in sick for a big budget meeting to go ride. Luckily showing up the next day with a well-defined goggle tan was merely embarrassing since the VP cancelled at the last minute. Next time, sun block may be a career saver.
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Go spray tan that shit. Now. Lol
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but it will stay for the whole summer?
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For life actually. If you look at older riders/skiers, half their face is super tan from all the years of accumulated goggle tans.
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but it will stay for the whole summer?
my goggle tan is usually gone within a week of no shredding or at least very faded, but i also spend a lot of time outside.
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I spray coppwrtone sunscreen and Wear a bandana or face mask. Tadaaaaaa problem solved... I'm a pale ass mofo and went boarding multiple times this season in beautiful blue bird days in Tahoe, big bear, aspen, copper mtn and am still pale as ever
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Next time, sun block may be a career saver.
Give "honesty" a try... get a day off instead of call in sick
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Give "honesty" a try... get a day off instead of call in sick
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