|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2012-07-21 |
These women can't be getting a lot of vitamin D.;
I don't know about Australia, but the UK is having a big rickets problem because so many Africans and those from the subcontinent have emigrated there and there is not enough sun in the UK for their skin.
Standard Internet medical advice applies: see a doctor if you can (Obamacare makes preventative medicine more affordable these days), and try to look at informed sources.
Going to the doctor is for pussies, I will take my bottled dietary supplements like a MAN.
|spikestoyiu - 2012-07-21 |
The religion of one-piece.
|Oscar Wildcat - 2012-07-21 |
I'm fapping right now to her wrists.
|Hooker - 2012-07-21 |
Strictly speaking, you can go in the water regardless of what you're wearing.
|Bort - 2012-07-21 |
This isn't by any means a strictly Muslim concept; Google for "modest swimwear Christian" and you'll see the Jesus-lovin' equivalent. So yeah, the great religions converge once in a while.
On some level, I actually think this is a good thing: if you don't want to feel like you're on display at the beach, you've got options. That's cool.
What bothers me is the whole religious repression angle of it. Over the years I've cultivated a healthy distrust of the word "wholesome", it tends to track with people who think they know what's good for you better than you do. They also prove to be reliably and breathtakingly off-target.
|American Standard - 2012-07-21 |
If we'd just issue all these Righteous conservative Muslim and Christian men blindfolds, we'd get even better results, use up a lot less fabric and save a lot more money.
Or we could just require that all Righteous conservative Muslim and Christian men not be allowed out of the home without being on a leash, and put the country to work by hiring trog-walkers.
|memedumpster - 2012-07-21 |
This is depressing.
"Maybe even stop war." Shoot your husband.
|dead_cat - 2012-07-22 |
It's the 1920s all over again, but with far less pork.
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