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If clothes were illegal, would you still wear them?

Asked by sneakatoke420 (46points) June 10th, 2010

Just curious as to how many people would still wear clothes if they were illegal.

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ChocolateReigns's avatar

That doesn’t make any sense. Why would clothes ever become illegal? But I suppose this is one of those things that could never happen, but you still have an opinion about it. I would wear clothes because I would feel really strange without them, and also, I don’t need people to see all that. So, yes, I would still wear clothes. But then again, I’ve seen people come so close to going out in public wearing underwear, they wouldn’t do anything different!

Vunessuh's avatar

I would obey the law and run around in the nude.
I’m nekkid more than half the time anyway.

AstroChuck's avatar

Hell, no. I’d go around naked now if it was allowed.

(Well, perhaps during Winter. Also, on my mail route. Less of a target for dogs to bite.)

Simone_De_Beauvoir's avatar

Definitely not.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

I am no lawbreaker! ;)

bob_'s avatar

@Vunessuh Pics or it never happened.

roundsquare's avatar

Only in the winter.

Desidummy's avatar

Yeah I would. I loathe exposing myself. I would just leave the country.

stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

As a gesture of defiance, yes. Our home has always been clothing-optional though.

ZEPHYRA's avatar

I would wear them even if they arrested me on a daily basis.

Nullo's avatar

I’d stay dressed, though I might switch to beach gear in deference to the law.
Anyone trying to arrest me for wearing clothes in the winter is going to get shot for being stupid.

Cruiser's avatar

Only when sitting in my leather recliner!

mattbrowne's avatar

On my way to the south pole, yes.

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Dr_Dredd's avatar

Oh, yes. The winters in upstate NY suck.

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