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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by kidtriton, May 17, 2015.
So first day at the pool, hadn't though about this one!
This post should go in the forum section for alternate devices. This is due to the fact that every watch since the beginning of watches does this.
Welcome to the wonderful world of wearing a watch. But since you will now continue to wear a watch, the tan lines don't matter because they will be covered.
Pro tip, consider loosing the watch a bit on a sunny day out so it goes up and down the wrist from time to time.
lol, awesome. that just about happens to everyone.
I was a paid extra in the movie "Last of the Mohicans". We were told before we went to stop wearing watches so we would not have tan lines.
I'm still dealing with my tan line from 1988.
This is why I only tan nude.
The tech press are going to be falling over themselves to report on the latest #tangate controversy
I feel like some people have never worn a watch before...
For a lot of us, it's been years or even decades since we last wore a watch.
How could Apple not have thought of this? With $200 billion cash, couldn't they figure out how to make a watch out of materials that let UV light through? Steve Jobs would never have let this product go through. For all of Angela Ahrendts' fashion connections, she didn't think about tan lines?
I never did until April 24th...
My thoughts on tan lines that I might get from wearing an Apple Watch:
I honestly don't give a **** at all.
even more clever
...or the one brief period we didn't have tan lines.