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I love the beach! I like squishing sand between my toes it feels so awesome! :wub:

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Considering I don’t live near a beach and don’t get to see it often, I absolutely love going.

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I live very close to the beach and go whenever I can! I love it :wub:

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It's fun at the beach, and I love it! The major thing I dislike about it though is the sand, as it gets all over you and takes a very long time to get rid of.

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I'm not much of a beach person. Seems like every time I go, I end up getting stung by jellyfish. Don't mind the sand tho. 

I prefer forests and creeks. There's virtually no people present and I luv the sound of small waterfalls  :)

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I like the beach because it’s pretty but swimming in the water not so much

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Sand is my second least favorite thing on the planet. Combine that with outrageous humidity and the fact I sunburn in 10 minutes flat and I'm right there with you for the most part.:dry:

An overcast day sitting there watching the waves roll in though, that I like. Call me when there is a hurricane basically.:laugh:

But the whole squishing sand between your toes and walking barefoot and that stuff.....no...... that's LITERALLY like walking on sand paper. Could get the same feeling at Home Depot.

Not trying to sugarcoat anything, just saying it like I see it. Doesn't mean I won't go just the weeks of peeling skin for 2 hours laying on a sheet of 80 grit paint prep sanding paper is just......exhausting. Like people say they go to the beach to relax, I have to find a place to relax after having been to the beach. 

Honestly, between the grit in unwanted places and inevitable sunburn, it's not that different from putting shingles on a roof.

Not saying I won't go, I mean walking along a beach or boardwalk, still fully clothed, IS very relaxing. Sand and my damned red hair are the main issues.

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5 hours ago, Blivy said:

I love the beach! I like squishing sand between my toes it feels so awesome! :wub:

I hate the sand because it gets stuck to your feet and I can't take one step away from the faucets that wash off your feet without getting more on. :dry:

I know it's a cliche meme but...

You're Dory. I'm Anakin! :P

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3 minutes ago, Will Guide said:

I hate the sand because it gets stuck to your feet and I can't take one step away from the faucets that wash off your feet without getting more on. :dry:

150,000% this ^^^

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I love the beach and the ocean. I would like to live near a beach, but the next beach is something over 6 hours away from me (if you don't count the coast of the river Rhine, but this is not really a beach). I like the feeling of sand between my feets and standing in knee deep water. The only thing what is soemtimes a little bit annoying are the broken shells on the sand, but this is not a big thing. But I also guess that one big reason why I love the beach is that I am really rarely there. So, a beach visit is something special for me.

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I know this topic is old and the OP might not come on here anymore but...

Why not get water shoes?  There's no requirement to go barefoot on the beach, some people wear gym shoes and jog on the beach?  Wearing socks on sand sounds like a pretty bad idea.

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I know that a lot of people see beaches as a perfect paradise but I don’t. The sand gets in everything and it’s too hot to walk on, the ocean is terrifying, and they always seem to be crowded when you really don’t want them to be. I’d rather go hiking on a nature trail in the winter.

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The beach is fun for the first 30 min but then there's nothing to do

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I love going to the beach. Granted, here in SoCal the beaches are often crowded and dirty, but I still enjoy them. The feeling of warm sun and fresh air on the body, sand skooshing through the toes and of course riding the freezing cold waves after the sun has baked your skin medium-well-done and you’re ready for relief. 

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10 hours ago, Dreambiscuit said:

I love going to the beach. Granted, here in SoCal the beaches are often crowded and dirty, but I still enjoy them. The feeling of warm sun and fresh air on the body, sand skooshing through the toes and of course riding the freezing cold waves after the sun has baked your skin medium-well-done and you’re ready for relief. 

I would love to go to the beach with you, my Dreamy friend.

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1 minute ago, TheRockARooster said:

I would love to go to the beach with you, my friend.

Two-piece bikinis have that effect on people. :bedeyes:

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Just now, Dreambiscuit said:

Two-piece bikinis have that effect on people. :bedeyes:

You're a dream, Dreamy. ^^

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