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21 / F / Fort Worth, Texas
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Posted 4/30/15
It's that time of year, it's getting warm, pools are opening up, college girls are picking out mini skirts.

How much can you wear in a public environment without feeling embarrassed? How little are you planning to wear this summer? Are you going to wear any special swimwear that's see through perhaps?

Now, I know what you're thinking. "WTF?! I'm gonna be fully dressed!" But sometimes it can be refreshing and comfortable to wear less than you normally do. It also makes hot summers a lot more bearable!

I have a vacation coming up, and I'm looking over new outfits, which lead to this topic.

So, how about you?
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22 / M / Michigan
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I have a vacation coming up. And I don't feel like purchasing a new swim suit. So i'm going to use some new running shorts that I got. Same exact thing as swim trunks, netting and all. They're about a 5 inch inseam. So kinda short. Oh well
Posted 4/30/15 , edited 5/5/15
I don't know, I'm weird because the less clothes I wear the hotter I feel and I'm kind of allergic to the sun so I can't expose myself for a big amount of time. Jeans and t-shirts is what I usually wear.
Posted 4/30/15
Shorts t-shirt and flip flops are about my usual attire year round unless its too cold then usually jeans and flip flops.
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40 / M / USA
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Unless I plan on swimming or something of that nature my clothes are staying on for the public lol. Now at home is a different story...
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26 / M / Houma
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Posted 4/30/15
I've gone out in just a compression base-layer before, but I sure as hell wouldn't do that now. I'm too out of shape to be even remotely comfortable with that now.
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23 / M / Abyss
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Posted 4/30/15 , edited 4/30/15


As an ex Lifeguard of 4 years this killed me. Gym shorts are not the same as swim trunks as when you swim in them you weaken the chemicals in the pool and allow accidents (urine, fecal matter, blood, etc.) to maintain in the pool without neutralization.

I had to rebalance the pool chemicals so many times due to people from the city doing that!

On topic.... I will just wear shorts and a t-shirt and or swim trunks depending on my Summer free time.
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Posted 4/30/15
I hate swimming. I guess a t-shirt and shorts is all for me.
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Posted 4/30/15
At this age the more covered the better.
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18 / F / Croatia
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Posted 4/30/15
Shorts and T-shirt. I don't like to show much of my skin. Clothing makes me feel more comfortable.
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21 / M / Utopia
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Posted 4/30/15 , edited 4/30/15
shorts, t-shirts/tanks, flip flops. i'm a guy
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Posted 4/30/15 , edited 5/5/15
shorts/tank tops, shorts, and comfy shoes. I try not to wear flip flops that often for they kill my feet >.< I'm not a fan of wearing skirts besides nice ones to church. I really don't understand the purpose of mini skirts :/

if im at the beach I wear a bikini top and my short board shorts. I wear a sarong until I jump into the water :3
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25 / M / Fredericton, NB
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Posted 4/30/15
Shorts & flip flops. I'll usually wear a shirt unless I'm at the beach or close to home. I'm a guy though so this isn't as relevant to me I figure.
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24 / Decemberunderground
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Posted 4/30/15 , edited 4/30/15
I can wear nothing at all. Not saying I would, but I could
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40 / M / USA
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Posted 4/30/15

pirththee wrote:

At this age the more covered the better.


I don't know. There's some pretty good looking people out there at 60 plus. Christie Brinkley anyone?
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