Thursday, July 28, 2005

Nude hiking

More popular than you'd think.

To which this penguin says: okay, so you people enjoy the "freedom". Me, I view it more like a matter of taste. Basically, I'm not for it because I believe unexpected nudity is like a zucchini casserole. I'm glad you like it, but I don't necessarily want to see it....

- Badtux the Amazed Penguin


  1. I like zucchini, but there are some places I'd rather not use for squito bait.

  2. I don't think there is anyplace private enough for that anymore.

  3. I have to agree with Desi. I have nothing against nude hiking, but the straps of the backpack would probably run on the shoulders, and the bugs would be biting too much uncovered flesh. Just think if a person stumbled on a rock and fell. Rock fragments and twigs might become embedded in uncovered flesh. Ouch!

  4. run on the shoulders

    er... that should be "rub".

  5. At Wal-Mart today I came across a young trailer trash woman in her mid twenties who was wearing tight pants and one of those tight brief shirts that exposes the belly-button. The only problem: She was at *least* 40 pounds overweight. Naked flesh poured out of that gap between the shirt and pants and poured out in a jiggling mass of cellulite and blubber. [shudder].

    Not that there should be a law (for that matter, as a good Libertarian I don't think there should be a law against nude hiking), but some people ought to be beat over the head with a clue stick that we're *not* interested in seeing their flabby abs, soggy glutes, and other such body parts...

    If, on the other hand, we're talking about Linda Hamilton during her T2 days, she could hike nude down my trail any time she wants, oooh, that would make my flippers flap big time!

    - Badtux the Tasteful Penguin


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