Tuesday, June 12, 2007

In SA News

No photos for apparent reason, read on.......

This was headline news last week in the Mother City of South Africa- Capetown....
'No go' for naked bike ride'

Now that is a title that will make you sit up and take notice. I was a little sorry no picture accomanied it. hee~

The blurb went on to say....

"Cape Town - Plans for South Africa's first public mass naked bicycle ride, to protest global warming, have fallen foul of the public service strike. "

Scary yet if done I bet it would have been effective....I'd aim more effort on global warming if I witnessed a bunch of naked people of all sizes and shapes riding bikes. That would be a scary sight and seemingly uncomfortable!

The public service strike has been a pain for so many but in this case it definitely brought us all some relief!

I thought they could have been much more creative in titling this article! I kind of like, "Bike Riding in the Buff"! What would you title this article? Keep it clean and no photos pleasssseeee!

10 comments:

Penless Thoughts said...

This hit our TV news over here (not with showing the actual nudes). What next????? is all I can say!!! Showed the MEN lined up on the streets to watch. God help us.
Susan

Heidi Jo said...

nothing like a little nudity for a good cause right....and this is definitely not a good cause for nudity:-)

Lisa H said...

I read an article about that over here, and I was wondering if you had heard about it over there! How funny, huh?

Sorry, it's too early for me to come up with a witty headline.....maybe later? :)

Just Mom said...

How about:

Halleluia! They're Keeping Their Clothes On!

nickernoodle said...

To be in the buff, or not be in the buff, that is the question.

Anonymous said...

I would have called it The Godiva bike ride of the century.
Guess who

Karen said...

Well, I would have entered!! (hee jk)

I'd have called the article "There Will Be No Biking in the Birthday Suit"

Beth said...

Birthday Buffies Bail! : )

michelle said...

Since you imposed a "keep it clean" rule, I can't come up with a title. Sorry.

~Ginger said...

Just stopping by to say "hey girlfriend"..
My husband is a huge bike rider. One year he rode 5300 miles and that's here in Michigan where you face the elements. I'm thankful he keeps his cute little biking shorts on!