Barbaric is an adjective. It means you are savagely cruel; exceedingly brutal or it means you are primitive; unsophisticated.
Now, do you believe this to be true? Think about it… You’re diving, you pee in your wet suit for 2 reasons… 1 you really have to go and 2 for warmth (remember, there are those who pee in their wet suits and those who say they don’t, but they really do). You rinse out your gear, semi dry it out if possible, and the next day you pull it out, smell it and say, does this stink too bad to wear again? I’m sorry, I’m laughing as I type these words because I know how true they are.
I actually refused to put on a rash guard one day in Cozumel because it stunk sooooooooooo bad. I’m still laughing. So, Barbaric. Are we Barbaric? Well I don’t think we’re being savagely cruel or exceedingly brutal unless you count the stench that follows us around, because I even remember telling Mark to get away from me, he stunk. Don’t worry, he told me I didn’t smell much better and really I didn’t.
Or maybe we’re being the primitive side and the unsophisticated side… because we’re walking around in our own stench. Then there’s Kim who brought a small spray bottle of sink the stink and sprayed it on all of her gear every day. I even borrowed it a time or two because the stench was soooooooooo bad.
All of this to say, let’s talk about Loose Fit Rash Guards. How on earth will I ever tie all that in you ask? Sit, wait, read, and find out. I have your back on this one.
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