I have set up a few Google alerts to inform me about interesting things regarding – you guessed it – naturism and nudism.
I got in a mail with a few links of interest that had one or more keywords in it, and the summary of one of them was highly surprising:
| For naturism blue 18 approximately three days blue for power ナチュリズム 3rd of the black oolong tea Rakuten kenko express: For naturism blue 18 approximately three days blue for power ♪ ナチュリズム 3rd of the black oolong tea [healthy supplement] [diet] …|
Okay, this looks weird. Naturism blue? Powder?
I doubt this powder will turn you into one of those (and if they have powder for the other colours too) so I decided to click the link. Sometimes I’m a fearless rebel without a clue, you should know.
And that is what I saw…
And yes, the label actually says Naturism!
Maybe someone who visits this particular article is experienced enough in Japanese to convey what this is all about. It made me laugh more than it should, but I like to laugh so that is all fine.
Of course now I wonder if there are other people who have discovered weird references to naturism, nudism or the nude way of life. I’d love to hear/ read about them because I always fancy a good laugh!
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Did you try Google Translate? Could be even more entertaining.
I actually haven’t dared yet!!
In some countries “naturism” doesn’t mean what we think it does… In Mexico for example, the term was already used by the eco community. Basically, they use naturism for what we often call naturalism. Which is quite funny in a way, because all over the country you see “naturist shops”. But don’t expect them to sell sarongs or coffee cups with naked people on them.
In several parts of Asia it’s the same. We’ve seen Asians with a very scared look on their face run away from naturist resorts because they were not were not what they thought they were… 🙂
Thank you for this enlightening addition to my knowledge!