Every time I go to the beach, my mom and I always like to watch people. It is kind of our guilty pleasure. It is also a great way to pass the time when I forgot to bring a book along with me. I will share with ya’ll my top four most memorable people I watched today (sounds very stalkerish like, but I am not a stalker). The first two people are an elderly couple. The woman was wearing a two pieces leopard print bathing suit and a white cover up that zipped down the front. The man she was with (I am going to assume it is her husband, but you never know) was wearing a very short blue bathing suit bottoms, a gold chain around his neck, a white and blue hat, and rocking the white mustache and beard combo. They were literally strutting their stuff down the beach without a care in the world. It was like they were young kids, still in love and didn’t care what anyone thought about them. Plus, they had some good looking bodies for elderly people. I have to admit, the woman had a better body than I do right now. Then there was a woman that looked like a walking lobster. She was wearing a bikini and had the worst sunburn I have ever seen. The shade of red that was covering her body looked so painful that I felt it from my seat. Even when I am slightly burnt, I am not feeling like wearing a bikini the next day and walking under the sun. This woman had some major “burnt” balls to come out into the sun with the condition she was in.
My final favorite person was this young, ginger kid. This boy was around the age of twelve and was walking along the beach by himself. Well, he was not walking. He was doing jumps in the air, cartwheels, walking on his hands, and doing some more intense gymnastic moves. Everyone that was able to see this little boy was watching him. It was like he was preforming for the last time and wanted to give everyone a grand, last show. It was the craziest and the most awesome thing I have ever witnessed while people watching on the beach. This young boy was whipping out so many moves that at one point, when he paused, there was a crowd clapping for him. I even found myself clapping for this kid. As he kept moving down the beach, I could spot him from his bright orange hair. I wanted to follow him to see what other moves he had up his sleeve, but the effort of getting up and moving from my chair was a little too much for me. Every time I come to the beach, there are always new people that come down and there are always new things that happen. Today was a very successful people watching day on the beach. All the other people that did not make it into my top four were just as intriguing. This is why I do not get up and walk down the beach, because I know the same thing is happening to me. I am being watched by people and I can not handle that. Oh well.