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MsMarvelDuckie 03-15-2021 07:03 AM

Ok, Cubed, I KNOW you were trolling with THAT ONE, lol!!!

Anyway, what's wrong with being naked in your own home? Nobody would ever see or know. Unless you parade around in front of windows with the blinds/curtains open. Heck, I've been known to walk around naked after a shower, even chill on the couch nude, with just a towel or something under me. (I'm not an "uncultured" heathen, after all- I'm a cultured one....) In any case, hubby seems to like when I do that, for some reason. :trazz: :tlol: :trolleye:

Prowler 03-15-2021 04:31 PM

Nothing wrong with walking around naked in your own home. I don't do it myself because I don't like it. It just feala uncomfortable to sit on chairs and sofas with a bare ass.

CyberCubed 03-15-2021 04:55 PM

I mean clothes were invented for a reason. Even if you're alone in your house and nobody is there, it just feels "wrong" to be walking around bare naked. It's like you're an animal or something, or like you're from the zoo. That's why I mention savages, even ancient people wore loincloths over their groins in ancient times because even they knew wearing nothing was wrong.

Also I can't imagine sitting on my chairs or couch bare naked. Just seems nasty.

Prowler 03-15-2021 05:11 PM

However, when I first started living alone I'd often go to the bathroom and wouldn't even bother closing the door. After all, if I'm the only person living there there's no point in closing my bathroom door, right? No one would see me pee or poop. :lol:

frank_one 03-15-2021 06:22 PM

Walking around naked is weird even if you are alone and in your home, unless you survived a shipwreck and you now live on a deserted island with a monkey. I'm sure the monkey will love you.

Leo656 03-15-2021 06:46 PM

I think it's fine if you actually look good naked. Which in my case... well, you all already know what I look like, so yeah. :tgrin: :trazz:

I'd do it if we didn't actually live with other people. That complicates things. Like back when we still had a pool, we went skinny-dipping once except her Mom came home early and had to tell us something and thus she got a bit of an eyeful. Awkward. I almost used the old "My eyes are up here" line but I could tell she was trying super hard not to get caught looking, even though she was doing a crap job of hiding it. :lol:

So yeah, stuff like that is a complication. But I have no issues with it in theory.

Prowler 03-15-2021 07:29 PM

That's not really my problem. I just don't feel comfortable walking around my house naked. And by that I mean in the physical sense. Not to mention I don't like the idea of my bare ass touching my sofas and chairs.

I have, however, walked around shirtless at home before when it was VERY HOT even for a t-shirt. But I still wore underwear and shorts.

On very hot summer nights I sleep without a t-shirt too for the same reason.

IndigoErth 03-16-2021 04:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Leo656 (Post 1884916)
You're just gonna drop something like that and walk away. :lol::lol::lol:

For emphasis on the 'walk way' I wasn't even on yesterday.

Okay, I wasn't on because of work.

DarkFell 04-03-2021 12:55 AM

I enjoyed how this thread went from women buying things, to birthday suits.

What you do in your own house is your own choice and business. If you have nosy roomies, deal with them at your own risk: you could get treated to a night in jail, to them moving out of your shared home even earlier within the month.

Also, the mom-in-law should have asked if there are skinny dippers in the backyard pool - that would have been the polite thing to do.

MsMarvelDuckie 04-11-2021 04:29 PM

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Originally Posted by CyberCubed (Post 1885019)
I mean clothes were invented for a reason. Even if you're alone in your house and nobody is there, it just feels "wrong" to be walking around bare naked. It's like you're an animal or something, or like you're from the zoo. That's why I mention savages, even ancient people wore loincloths over their groins in ancient times because even they knew wearing nothing was wrong.

Also I can't imagine sitting on my chairs or couch bare naked. Just seems nasty.


Um, clothes were invented because we are basically hairless apes with no real protection from the elements of our own. Other animals have fur or thick feathers and the like to stay warm or protect them from the sun, we don't. We had to make our own protection by wearing furs, skins, and whatnot from animals that DO have them. It's got nothing to do with propriety or being "wrong", we've been doing it for the past fifty thousand years or so, ling before anyone thought to call being naked "wrong"!

IndigoErth 04-11-2021 06:00 PM

It's funny how some things have stayed with us that long. Wearing leather and fur back then...and still doing it today (albeit it not every individual's choice).


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