NAKED BEFORE GOD
By Daniel D. Ziegler
"Most nudists will still run for shelter when it begins to rain."
Chapter 15 GRIN AND BARE IT
Twenty Hints to Practical Nudism
If it’s too tight, take it off.
If it’s too loose, take it off.
If it just doesn’t feel good, take it off.
If it doesn’t look good on you, take it off.
If you don’t think it will look good on you, don’t put it on.
If it’s wet, take it off.
If it’s going to get wet, take it off.
If it’s too hot, take it off.
If you get sunburned, put it back on.
If you’re perspiring, take it off.
If you think you might perspire, take it off.
If you’re cold, put it on.
If you can’t stand the heat in the kitchen, take it off.
If you’re going to fry bacon, put it back on.
If it itches, take it off.
If it’s scratchy, take it off.
If you want to be scratched by someone, take it off.
After you take it off, you can always put it back on.
After you put it back on, you can always take it back off.
After you take it off, always check for navel lint.
Some Principles of Nudism:
Becoming a nudist does not necessarily result in breaking all old
habits. Most nudists will still run for shelter when it begins to rain.
There is a definite order of difficulty in removing individual articles of
clothing at one’s first visit to a nudist facility: e.g. it is more difficult to
remove your pants than your shirt.
The level of anxiety one experiences at one’s first visit to a nudist park
is in direct proportion to how long one waits before undressing. The
sooner, the easier.
FAQ From Would-Be First Time Nudists:
Q. What if I see someone I know?
A. Say “Hi.”
Q. What do I do with my hands?
A. Shake the hand of he person you know.
Q. What do I do with my eyes?
A. Watch where you are going.
Q. Where do I keep my change?
A. There is no need to change, you’re not wearing anything.
Q. Will I become aroused?
A. Will it snow in the Sahara? If it does, it surely won’t last long.
Statements Never Heard at a Nudist Resort:
Don’t play in the mud.
Don’t get your clothes dirty.
Don’t spill anything on your clothes.
I wonder if this stain will come out.
I don’t have a thing to wear.
It must be in my other pants.
All my clothes seem to be shrinking.
This bra is killing me.
I think I’m over dressed.
She’s the one wearing the blue dress.
Let me change clothes first. It will only take a second.
Do these match?
I must have a hole in my pocket.
You look good in red.
I didn’t bring a bathing suit.
Hang up your wet bathing suit.
What are you wearing.
(To a child) You’re not going to wear that!
(To an adult) You’re not going to wear that?
I think someone is at the door, quick put something on.
When are you going to do laundry?
I don’t have any clean underwear.
Your wrinkling my dress.
Your fly is open.
Button your shirt (blouse).
Why don’t you put on some music while I slip into something more
LESS-ONS FOR TRUTH
Reclaiming Acceptance of our Original State