Oh, let's play and have fun with this question. We talk about exercise, I actively seek to write motivational pieces on exercise but let's see if we together can hit the funny bone with the subject being exercising naked.
Reminder - keep it clean, innuendo is the very best, evocative is ok but it has to be a clean evocative with a double meaning so even your Grandmother or your 8 year old can listen in.
Specific goal is to evoke an emotion - specifically laugh out loud!
(Word definitions: innuendo: an allusive or oblique remark or hint, typically a suggestive or disparaging one. evocative: tending or serving to evoke.)
Enough said, let's see what the team can rouse with this tantalizing question.
Since I'm a senior citizen, I'm allowed to be corny. Kama in tagalog means bed, and sutra means sew. So, I can do it on my kama with my blanket that was sutrad. Please, don't kill me fellow hubbers...
Seriously? If I exercised naked, someone might lose an eye.
It's a humorous question, but I'm sure no one wants to get injured, and you definitely don't want to injure certain parts of your body.
It wouldn't be safe for the neighbors. My pale whiteness would blind everyone in a five mile radius.
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