A group of Surrey naturists is looking for an accommodating farmer, after their landlord refused to renew the lease on their old site. The Surrey Downs Sun Club leased their site from a holiday and residential company, which has decided to expand its own facilities at the Farley Green site, the Surrey Advertiser reports. The 70 …
Oh do stop it everyone
We are all naked in the afterlife anyway.
And they are nice roasted.
This is not a title
"The 70 year old club has 110 members."
And how many don't have members?
Get a life...
As an ex-member of this particular club, I can say that they were a nice bunch of people with nothing but the best of intentions and motives. It is fair to say that the time that the club has existed is a positive testament to this.
Any attempt to gain a cheap laugh at them or their chosen lifestyle is really pathetic.
In other words, "Grow Up and stop acting like snickering school children."
Get over yourself
Perhaps the reason the club was moved on had very little to do with clothing. Perhaps the landlord just tired of uptight people with their un-panties in a bunch.
Re : AC 20110301 23:11
"Grow Up and stop acting like snickering school children."
Sarah's been trying to get us to grow up for years. She hasn't managed it what make you thing you've a better chance?
Best intentions and motives
I'm curious... what are the best intentions and motives for walking around naked? and what are the worst intentions and motives?
Re: Get a life
Kane: Quit griping
Lambert: I like griping
Most wooded county
Is this in proportion to the number of nudist colonies...?
Surrey I'll get my coat.
Nudism, in the UK?
Are they MAD?
Now I have no objection to walking around in my birthday suit, or others doing it..
But its barely warm enough here in summer to do it!
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