Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Fly Naked

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German nudists will be able to start their holidays early by stripping off on the plane if they take up a new offer from an eastern German travel firm.
Travel agency OssiUrlaub.de said it would start taking bookings from Friday for a trial nudist day trip from the eastern German town of Erfurt to the popular Baltic Sea resort of Usedom, planned for July 5 and costing 499 euros ($735).


Naturism, or "free body culture" (FKK) as it is known in Germany, was banned by the Nazis but blossomed again after the Second World War, particularly in eastern Germany.

I suppose going through security would be easier. But who would want to sit in those seats on the next flight. You know what I mean?

I don't know much about nudists, but I do know that most people just don't look too good naked. Which is why everyone loves to look at the ones who do, but then, they aren't nudists generally. You have to pay to see them in a magazine or a movie.

I would like to start a movement of "pajamaists." I think people would be a lot happier if we could all just wear pajamas to work and school. We would be comfortable, but none of our flaws would be showing. Flying in pajamas is even a better idea.

Just a thought.