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.

0 Replies to “Your 89-Word Mini Florida Culture Lesson”

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

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

  4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

  5. 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.

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