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Thursday, December 8, 2011

WHEN YOU GET RIGHT DOWN TO IT
















All right
NATURE LOVERS--

Let's talk about the NATURAL man

When you get right down to it...

It is UNNATURAL to
trim one's hair

It is unnatural to
shave one's beard

Or to shave one's legs
(and I knew plenty of women in the 70's
who were fully cognizant of this!)

When you get right down to it...

It is unnatural to
get a bikini wax

Or to allow someone
to unceremoniously rip off
the hair
that is naturally growing
on one's back
with that sticky tape...

AAAAAGGGHHHH...son-of-a-BITCH !


When you get right down to it...

Were we to opt for the completely
NATURAL LOOK
we would all
(eventually)
be the spitting image of BIGFOOT

Just like the aggressive
chest-thumping
barely evolved past apehood
species that we are...

And wouldn't the Victoria's Secret fashion show look funny then?

33 comments:

  1. Boy, I sure "snorted this piece up my snout" :) ... and I'm still snorting with delight and laughter :) ... you made my day ... thanks, my friend. Be well, eh? Love, cat.

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  2. And don't forget clothes!
    Wearing clothes is definitely NOT natural.
    (But, in many cases, well justified!)

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  3. Funny post. Great point as well :) I was intrigued about how you managed to get an image of my dad to open the post with :)

    Check out my latest poem if you want to:
    http://jackedwardspoetry.blogspot.com/2011/12/sorry-performance-poem.html

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  4. Hi CAT ! You know, I had YOU in mind when I named this blog!

    Absolutely right,BUBBA--wearing clothes is not natural--but in arctic climates, makes a lot of sense.

    JACK EDWARDS: Ha Ha...yes, many of us guys already have a head start toward BIGFOOTDOM!

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  5. LOL. I like an unnatural man, myself.

    Comments are pretty funny, too.

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  6. we only make ourselves up to look different...and call it evolution...

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  7. I always suspected you had some UNNATURAL tendencies, THINGY!

    You hit the nail right on the head, BRIAN. (And from the nail's perspective: Son-of-a-BITCH!!!)

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  8. Indeed we would. There's a lot of fun going on here.

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  9. Hee hee........and let's not even DISCUSS the Brazilian (which, I assure you, I only know about because of my sister:))YOIKS!

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  10. Light-hearted FUN! Just what I needed to be reading ;-)
    Thanks!

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  11. lol, OMW! though I agree with you, I will say no to the fake eyelashes that I see the kids wear nowadays to High school just to look good, we must draw the line lol ha ha ha
    funny bit as usual, LOVE IT!
    Enjoy gooseberry day!
    my entry: http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/12/11/his-demon-my-shadow-treason-adults-only-please/

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  12. I love it! I think about this occasionally. The hair thing. If it keeps growing back, shouldn't that tell us it's supposed to be there; it has a reason for being there?
    http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/12/11/mostly-about-the-past/

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  13. i like how it moves from the gorilla image to the Victoria Secret image

    http://zongrik.wordpress.com/2011/08/27/shipwreck/

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  14. amazing humor,
    love the hairy monkey image, smiles.

    Thanks for linking and you rock.

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  15. I'm in the fun business, CHARLES--doesn't pay much, but we have a lot of...yeah!

    SHERRY: Check out BRAZILIAN WAX on Wikipedia. VEWY INTEWESTING!

    Thanks, FODDER4WRITING...you give me fodder for responding.

    Hope I can always put you in that kind of mood, LYNAIMMA.

    Exactly my point, MARBLES!

    ZONGRIK: Yes, the pretense of a fashion show-- with all the pouting, anorexic models would not exist because none of them would dare get up on a stage with hairy legs (or whatever!)

    Thanks, MORNING. Yes, that's just what we'd look like given enough time to become totally NATURAL.

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  16. first..laughed out loud when i read your comment on my poem..smiles..and now off to read yours.. and laugh for the second time because i was picturing all these victoria secret models with unshaved legs..and everything..oh goodness...thanks for this..

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  17. ooooo aaaaaaa ooooo hhhhhh aaaaaaaa eeeeeee
    now i'm throwing my dung at the screen and you dont even wanna imagine what i'm doing with the bannnana... thats right i put it in the tail pipe! proper good write

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  18. I never fail to laugh when I come here. That image of Victoria's Secret is going to be hard to lose.

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  19. You made me laugh out loud! And yikes!! Victoria's Secret!

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  20. Bikini apes, strutting down the walk for all the eyes to see. Well, that would certainly give the classic "o-naturale" lovers some pause...

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  21. But in your case, FILLINGAHOLE...au naturel!

    Glad you "got off" on that, Claudia. And that is quite an interesting image of the models, if you think about it!

    AARON: Thanks for the warning...I ducked just in time when you flung the dung! Do you suppose that if we all looked like apes, we'd revert to ape behavior? Wait a minute...in many ways we already have!

    Thanks MAUREEN and DIVALOUNGER!

    CIANPHELAN: I strongly suspect all the Bigfoot sightings are of some guy who just stopped shaving and cutting his hair a few years ago.

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  22. Hey Poet! Don't dream it's over...we've still got Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers to save us when the house gets too crowded! ;) Evolution is inevitable no matter how hard we fight it. Mind you...I have no plans on strutting down any runways with angel wings and feathers flying out of my butt...yet! lol Loved this! One rule I DO have in life...beware the hairy knuckle!!!

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  23. Frankly I like people who look like apes better than people who look like perfect plastic japanese robots. But then I still have a lot of the whole 60's-70's thing going on in the journey to the center of my mind. Thanks for the amusement tonight, Timo.

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  24. NATASHA: Oh, man...now I'm gonna have to trim my knuckles! (And feathers flying out of your butt...I'd pay to see that!)

    That's reassuring to me, HEDGEWITCH! (That you prefer the ape look!)

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  25. Super models in million dollar bras and underarm hair long enough to braid - lol! They could add some diamonds there, too!

    So true, Tim. A bunch of hairless fakers :)

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  26. God. Now I want all that body hair back... I remember those days so fondly, when I had a nice curly black thatch you know where-- and now, just ummm...granny hair. Probably not as bad as I think, but really... this is wonderful-- shows a man at ease within himself, also wonderful. xxxj

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  27. TALON: I knew a fakir from India, but that's a different thing!

    JEN: I'm sure your granny hair is lovely (and I like the way you don't "beat around the bush!")

    HEY, Y'ALL...you know what I think is REALLY sexy on a woman? A MUSTACHE! Not like a HANDLEBAR mustache, (EEK) but just a little peach fuzz on the upper lip. How many guys agree with me?

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  28. Fortunately, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so I see beauty everywhere.

    But for some of us personally it has been hair today, gone tomorrow.

    Oddly, one study of beauty found people rated the average face created by morphing a great many faces as the most beautiful. Beauty was not the most extraordinary, but the most average look.

    And oh, for those days I sported big porkchop sideburns as so many then did. Tee hee!

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  29. I like the humor in this, but I would not like to go back to a hairy society. :)

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  30. Love this and love hairy men too!

    "Just like the aggressive
    chest-thumping
    barely evolved past apehood
    species that we are..."

    True words of wisdom!

    Merry Christmas!

    Anna :o]

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  31. HYPERCRYPTICAL: If you love hairy men...we should talk! ;)

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  32. Very good article. Congratulations.

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