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70 - I'm making a comment to 46 who is the one that brought up Twilight. 46 is commenting on 2. 2 does not have their gender specified in their profile, and their name doesn't specify it either. Therefore, when a gender cannot be verified, it is masculine. Know what you're saying and talking about before you correct me please.

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Pretty sure it matters cause its un ethicly right to force someone underage to get a tan or to emotionally abuse someone ( your own daughter for fuck sakes ) just because they wont get a tan. Dunno if its illegal there but it is here. Fucked up world we live in when a mother hurts her child because of her looks.

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same here! I just keep getting paler! I prefer pale on me! some people naturally belong pale, and those of you who aren't naturally born pale and should be tan, I don't prefer spray tans cause it's fake but it's ENTIRELY THEIR CHOICE :P

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I love my pale skin :D but for the most part my light sensitive migraines, my slight photophobia and Ginger genes I can't really go out :/ I'm like a vampire >:3

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Yeah, no. First of all, I'm not emo. Second of all, I just plain don't tan. I can't use this Summer as an example because it's either been cold or rainy all month, but last year I spent 3 hours walking around Ottawa in 40+ degree weather and didn't even tan a bit. The next day I went canoeing for an hour and used a weaker SPF sunscreen but still no dice. I wanted to see what I looked like tan but I guess it just isn't in the cards for me.

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I've only done it once since I'm naturally very pale, and I didn't have an orangey look at all. As long as you go for a color that looks natural, you won't get the oompa-loompa effect. But I can't argue with the fact that a lot of people who get it done overdo it.

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people seem to have a stereotype that anyone who does it even once will look like an oompa loompa. it looks fine if you do it once or twice. but after that you're a snooki.

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