Do you use sunscreen?
Yes, it is oily, greasy, or sticky and a pain to put on, but we keep hearing about how we should use sunscreen. One totally unbiased study -- concocted solely in my mind and based on no scientific research whatsoever -- found that men hate sunscreen and most of them refuse to wear it. Even bald-headed men, who should know better. Women, on the other hand, don't want to look old and wrinkly, so they do use sunscreen. At least some of the time, which shows that women might have more common sense. (No offense guys, just giving you the results of the totally unbiased study here!) Either that, or women are just more concerned with appearances. And maybe health. So, what about you? Where do you stand?
I use sunscreen every day
I use suncreen only when I am out in afternoon sun
I use sunscreen when I think about it, but not every day
I do not believe in sunscreen. Nor the germ theory. And I am thinking the world is flat, too
I am a man and proud of it. Real men do not need sunscreen, nor lip balm. But a little eye shadow once in a while never hurts.
Sunscreen? Is that the same as suntan lotion? If so, far out, dude