Reining In Beach-Spreading, Not to Be Confused With Manspreading

POINT PLEASANT BEACH, N.J. — The texts detailing beach coordinates went out to more than two dozen family members, but they really weren’t necessary.

Monique Jefferson and Tavoy Weal’s setup for their annual family beach day is hard to miss: four canopies of different colors (one equipped with a mosquito net); an assortment of sheets spread on the sand; a stereo inside one of the tents; a volleyball net; and a foldable table to serve homemade macaroni and cheese, chicken salad, tuna and buffalo chicken.

“We make it a whole day thing,” said Ms. Jefferson, 34, a teacher’s assistant. …read more

Source: New York Times

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