Paid Members Gus Mears Posted May 25, 2017 Paid Members Share Posted May 25, 2017 It's above 18 degrees outside, so naturally many people will be pulling on shorts to reveal matchstick legs, laughing at oncologists by not wearing sun cream and piling their car full of pointless shit like windbreaks. Yes, it's time to go down the sea. What are your favourite seaside memories and do you have a favourite beach? Why? Are you going to one this fine bank holiday weekend? Are you one of the sociopaths who doesn't appreciate a Cider Refresher? All of that jazz. Woolacombe Bay in Devon is my go to. Have been going there since I was a child and still do once a year. It's majestic and delightfully unspoiled by not being connected to a huge city. Looks out onto the Atlantic and occasionally has the dribble of piss that constitutes as good UK surf. Top memories of nearly drowning when I was three and my Aunt almost punching a teenager who had the gall to kick the sand penguin I'd spent all day making. Sandbanks in Pool/Bournemouth is also nice. Once got third degree burns on my legs there after not realising the suncream wasn't waterproof like a total melon. I have also had good memories of the beach, it's just the getting burned/almost killed linger in the mind more. Eating massive amounts of Wonkalate (rasberry flavoured chocolate with Nerds in) and buying fish and chips form the place that always played Cotton-Eye Joe and Go West on rotation, they were good. Weston Super-Mare is fucking awful. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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