No pants, no problem. But cover your face

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2020/04/10/no-pants-no-problem-but-cove.html

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Well, that and say 6 feet+ away. I guess it’s cool.

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I wouldn’t want to visit a nude beach that would permit me to gad about au naturel al fresco.

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Where do people even FIND those pixel-kinis anyway?

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not sure what that means but yeah, most spaces don’t like gawkers.

i usually prefer somewhere in nature away from people rather than a foral beach for exactly the reason laid out in the hit 2004 documentary “Eurotrip”

(Slightly NSFW video)

'Ere! Move those figleaves!

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How about a pixel helm!

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It is in the Czech Republic.

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“the numbers they can go into nature”

i figured #1 and #2

right?

oh, wait . . . nevermind

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Wait a minute…

What about farting?

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If I’m wearing underpants on my face as a mask, does that count as “wearing pants”?

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That’s why you’re supposed to be 6+ft away.

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Pretty sure it’s a play on Groucho Marx, “I don’t want to belong to any club that would accept me as one of its members."

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i get the joke now, ty for your service

That’s a great set of pixels.

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This being the Czech Republic it might not even be a beach. I mean, you don’t need water and sand if you only want to sun bathe.

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In any case, naturism is about healthy outdoor activities, not lying around doing nothing.


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“… observe the numbers in which they can go into nature.”

Sometimes, things are gained in translation. That’s like poetry.

@GagHalfrunt Reading the linked article to Free Body Culture, I have learned of the wonderfully named 18th Century naturist, Lord Monboddo. Thank you for that.

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Lord Monboddo might also have been a pioneer of trolling.

Burnett in his earlier years suggested that the orangutan was a form of man, although some analysts think that some of his presentation was designed to entice his critics into debate.

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He was a naturist in Edinburgh? I assume the healthy outdoor activities were to stop hypothermia.

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