skinny-dipping


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skinny-dip

To swim in the nude, especially in a public place or someone else's private property. We used to skinny-dip in one of our neighbors' pools—until they called the police on us one night. Our dorms were really close to a beach, so people skinny-dipped down there all the time.

skinny-dipping

The practice or act of swimming in the nude, especially in a public place or someone else's private property. After a few drinks around the bonfire on the beach, we all decided to strip down and go skinny-dipping. I don't really like skinny-dipping, to be honest. It is always more embarrassing than thrilling.
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Skinny-Dipping is available at bookstores and via the Internet.
For example, 27% of those with a household income of over $40,000 have tried skinny-dipping, more than any other segment of respondents.
They include a sweary nun on a mobility scooter, an old lady getting amorous with her young "Italian stallion", another stripping off to fulfil a dream of skinny-dipping, and an elderly busker playing Lady Gaga's Poker Face on the acoustic guitar.
They'll also enjoy a naked singsong in the Bierkeller bar on the Golden Mile and go skinny-dipping at Sandcastle Waterworld.
I live to try to make her blush" - Hollywood actor Steven Tyler, pictured, who was spotted by the actress when he went skinny-dipping "Actors are lucky in being able to retain that playfulness, though we do seem to find it hard to grow up" - Actress Felicity Jones "I haven't taken a penny from my parents since I was 15.
Clooney's costar Marisa Tomei had told show host Conan O'Brien on Tuesday about skinny-dipping in the lake at the actor's Italian estate.
A bald British businessman, who'd clearly had too many sakes, thought it would be a wheeze to go skinny-dipping in the moat of the sacred Imperial Palace in Tokyo.
Eggleston Hall reopens its doors to more loudmouthed young women with a taste for beer, boys and binge drinking, but the girls' efforts to get to grips with becoming a lady result in skinny-dipping, food fights and stripping.
Eggleston Hall reopens its doors to more loudmouthed young women with a taste for beer, boys and binge drinking, but the girls efforts is to get to grips with becoming a lady result in skinny-dipping, food fights and stripping.
Fergie and United's strait-laced American owners were disgusted to learn the Portuguese player enjoyed a six-hour skinny-dipping session with Brazilian team-mate Luis Anderson and pals.
Any time I've gone skinny-dipping with people in my life, I wake up and feel closer to them.'
too, and Alice and her friends feel very daring when they go skinny-dipping with them.
There is something anarchic and naughty about her, so you understand why Helen hangs out with her and does things she wouldn't normally do, like skinny-dipping at night.
The "Whining Pool": Bush daughters Jenna and Barb begged Dad to install a pool for them at the ranch, which he subsequently dubbed "the whining pool." Water shortages and heat-related evaporation could put an end to late-night skinny-dipping, making it even harder for Bush to lure the twins down to the ranch for summer visits.
A JUDGE has admitted going skinny-dipping while drunk as a student - comparing his innocent fun to the violence of two binge drinkers he was sentencing for an assault.