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woman shocked 12864108_sYou might say, “Ooo-la-la!” because it’s Bastille Day, but I’ll say, “Oh my goodness!” because it’s also “National” Nude Day. I think it’s pretty clear why this isn’t a legitimate national holiday, but let’s pretend, shall we?

What National Nude Day Means To Me

1. People take a moment to think about the world as it might be had we never wrapped ourselves in saber-tooth tiger skins.

2. People take a moment to think accepting and enlightened thoughts about nudists.

3. People take a moment to visit a nudist camp.

Okay, maybe not that last one.

So instead of sitting around watching TV in your underwear tonight, try doing it in the buff.

Nudity, it’s not just for bathing anymore.

Have a great day!

Trish

2 Comments

  1. Well I could go visit a nudist colony. There’s one about 35 miles north of me. They have a family day once or twice a year to promote their colony. It’s been there for a very long time. Hmmm, could that be worked into a story line?

  2. hehe, i’m glad you put the “safe for work” thing in the title, or it would have been a while before I opened. 🙂
    I love how you find all these cool days to celebrate.

    As for the nude day- I could go for a day like that, emotionally also.
    We hide our imperfections under our clothes.

    I surprise lots of people bc my C-section scar (and the extra amount of skin under it), hides very well under jeans and skirts.

    I wonder what that would be like to have a day where everyone would be comfortable to let their “scars” and “extra skin” hang out for everyone to see.

    Ok, I am probably speaking more metaphorically (allegorically?), but the idea behind it does sound intriguing.

    And yes, I probably will not go to a nude beach any time soon. There are some things I just don’t want to see.
    (but on my twitter feed, it’s a crap shoot 😉 )

    Happy National Nude Day!
    🙂

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