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Wear Sunscreen: Guy Shaves Head, Gets Sunburned And Swells, Can Push Dents In His Head

In a throwback to the Baz Luhrmann song 'Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)', based on the hypothetical commencement speech written by columnist Mary Schmich, these are several shots of Twitter user Cabe Huckabee reminding us all why it's so important to wear sunblock and not burn. Apparently Cabe said for days after the burn he could push his head and a dent would remain for around a half hour.
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