What are you supposed to do at a beach?

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    (Original post by Vixen47)
    Try to keep your mouth shut when you see 7 year olds in bikinis. I'll never understand why parents do that to their children.
    If you have a problem with children wearing bikinis, maybe you're a paedo. They're kids for godsake, there's nothing sexual about it.
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    If you have a problem with children wearing bikinis, maybe you're a paedo. They're kids for godsake, there's nothing sexual about it.
    Actually I was molested by 3 different people between the ages of 6 and 15 so my problem with it is a little more personal than "maybe you're a paedo".
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    You're supposed to take of your shirt show off your hard earned gains, then quickly cover back up due to deep insecurity issues of having a poor lower back definition
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    sit in sand
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    Perv, build 'sand castles' (huge mounds of sand, with moats), skim pebbles, and go drown in the cold-ass sea :woo:
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    (Original post by Vixen47)
    Actually I was molested by 3 different people between the ages of 6 and 15 so my problem with it is a little more personal than "maybe you're a paedo".
    Wtf does that have to do with 7yr olds wearing beach wear on the beach and why does it somehow make it not ok?
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    (Original post by squish562)
    Basically I've never been to the seaside before and will be going for the first time. But what are you actually supposed to do at a beach? Do you just walk around and lie on the sand? Or do people swim there? I can swim pretty well but I'm not sure whether swimming at an actual sea would be dangerous because of the tides...
    I live at the seaside :lol: all I've ever done near the beach is throw stones into the sea for five minutes and then walk away.
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    Read a book (it's a thing made from paper usually, or parchment)
 
 
 
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