Your 89-Word Mini Florida Culture Lesson


Farmer’s Tan: a kind of tan commonly found in Florida natives. In the arms, the tan begins just below the line of one’s short-sleeved shirt and in the legs, the tan is restricted to the feet, leaving the upper arms and legs lily-white. It is referred to as a “farmer’s tan,” because it mimicks the tan a farmer would achieve if he were working out in the hot fields, barefoot. Thanks to spending several hours with my father at a Tampa Buccaneers football game, Sean has one now, too.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Yoli says:

    Welcome to the tan we all have here. People think we walk around golden all year..LOL.

  2. Brigitt says:

    Hello,

    We are maybe moving to Tokyo as expat’s next year. I have a 14 and 8 yo. Do you like your experience? I have read some of your past blogs and you seem to like it… sarcasm and all.

  3. Kimberly says:

    Oh, don’t get me started on the flip flop tan that I sport in the summer here in Michigan.

  4. Cheech says:

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

  5. Gnarf says:

    I just wanted to make a comment which is completely irrelevant to your post;

    Happy New Year from Sweden! 🙂
    I hope you keep up with your blogging during 2009 as well, looking forward to read more, even tho you are not in the crazy east any more.
    /Johan

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