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Old 05-11-2014, 02:24 PM   #11
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At t he local Yogi in my area a person cannot wear a swim shirt...huh??

I got kicked out the pool area for jumping in the pool with a shirt on.
Oh my FSM, serious? I won't swim without one. I don't want to subject people to my overweight body.

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Old 05-11-2014, 02:41 PM   #12
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At t he local Yogi in my area a person cannot wear a swim shirt...huh??

I got kicked out the pool area for jumping in the pool with a shirt on.

There's a lot of places I'd rather see them kicked out for not wearing a shirt. Quite a few people out there with some scary looking chests (myself included).
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Old 05-11-2014, 03:09 PM   #13
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And some folks take meds that make them extremely sensitive to sun.

Some female bathing suit styles have tops that look like "wife beater" (detest that phrase) shirts and some look like t-shirts (short sleeved).

that's a STOOPID rule

I'm thinkin' DH would challenge that one. That's just how he's wired.

And FTR I think he looks AWESOME in a "wife beater".
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Old 05-11-2014, 03:13 PM   #14
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And some folks take meds that make them extremely sensitive to sun.

Some female bathing suit styles have tops that look like "wife beater" (detest that phrase) shirts and some look like t-shirts (short sleeved).

that's a STOOPID rule

I'm thinkin' DH would challenge that one. That's just how he's wired.

And FTR I think he looks AWESOME in a "wife beater".
OK I'll ask - what's a "wife beater" shirt?

Not being one,I don't know.
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Old 05-11-2014, 03:29 PM   #15
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Maybe it's a New Yorker thing. (shrug)

It's a sleeveless undershirt.
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Maybe it's a New Yorker thing. (shrug)

It's a sleeveless undershirt.

AKA "tank top"
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Thanks - that's kind of what I thought,but wasn't sure. Some of my friends in high school wore them,but I preferred "T" shirts and still do.
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Yogi Bear Jellystone in Sturbridge Ma.
Made reservations as I needed a three day layover stop.
Asked for full service site. No problem
Asked for Internet and cable. No problem.
You just can't have sewage and internet at the same site. Didn't ask that question
Have bar, alcohol, on site catering to general public. Public come through monitored gate.
Last monitor rude and caustic could have been alcohol.
On positive note, other campers polite and helpful.

Yup....makes sense. Makes for "crappy" internet reception.
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There's a lot of places I'd rather see them kicked out for not wearing a shirt. Quite a few people out there with some scary looking chests (myself included).
It's the scary looking backs I don't like to see.
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Reckon he owns a "Silver Back" RV?

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