July 5th National Bikini Day

The first bikini was introduced on July 5th, 1946 but it was not accepted very well. People thought women showed too much skin and in many places it was banned. The idea of the Bikini came to life in the 1960’s when morals lightened up a little. The idea of calling it a bikini came from a popular term at time calling a good looking woman a “Bombshell” and of course the nuclear testing being done on Bikini Island. Today the bikini is just a common thing with less and less material being used with prices going up and up. (Haven’t figured that one out yet) Guess it’s the days of “Less is more”.

How to celebrate – Go to the beach. Make sure you wear sun tan lotion! Visit the Bikini Island but make sure to wear a Hazmat uniform.

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