Not sheepish, but individ-ewe-al (livredor) wrote,
Not sheepish, but individ-ewe-al
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Naked cuteness fight!

I appear to have run out of sense. I managed to get into an Internet Argument. About Christianity and abortion. With someone I have promised myself not to argue with, and an anonymous and apparently hardline Christian. And got so agitated about it that I didn't get any work done, and gave up in disgust and left my book and my mobile phone at work.

I think the only thing that will cheer me up is a contest between ridiculously cute naked people. You see, rysmiel pointed me to the most adorable strip-tease ever, to the accompaniment of a ridiculously catchy song. But then lisekit posted a video of a bunch of naked people being very silly, and I started to doubt if that isn't in fact even more adorable. Both links involve videos of people taking their clothes off while playing music; if your workplace can put up with that on the technicality that you don't actually see any naughty bits, then I suppose theoretically they are SFW. Only, you know, not very.

Poll #1225129 Fight!

Most adorable nakedness ever?

Strip tease to the tune of a bubbly French pop song
8(36.4%)
Silly naked people protecting their modesty with black squares
14(63.6%)
Tags: silly
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