Which is more dangerous: sunbatting or running?

Sunbathing is the act of sunbathe and the sun is the part of the body that you are swimming in.

Running, however, is when you do things that require you to cover your body in sand.

There are a few different things that can be dangerous when you are out on the beach: the sand is abrasive and can break your skin and lungs; sand can also irritate the eyes and nose and cause a burn.

A beach towel can help prevent the above problems, but it can be hard to find.

The best way to avoid the risks associated with sunbathes is to wear sand masks or a waterproof face mask when swimming.

If you do have sand in your hair or in your eyes, wear a long-sleeved shirt or pants and keep your mouth closed.