May 8, 2007

Get Nekkid For Art

Claudio Cruz / AP

On Sunday, thousands of Mexicans stripped to thier skin and were part of an art installation conducted by Spencer Tunick. Apparently, there is a movement to cast away the image of Mexicans being prudish. Have they not been to Tijuana?

11 comments:

Jocelyn said...

It is the curse of my life that I always miss out on crowds of naked Mexicans.

Norwegians in turtlenecks, now that I've got in spades.

ellie said...

Take more than a man with a megaphone to get me naked in the centre of town!

Fresh Hell said...

Jocelyn: I'm equally at home in a crowd of nakid Mexicans as I am in a crowd of turtlenecked Norwegians. Dad was a hippy Mexican and Mom was a nice Norwegian girl from northern Minnesota... some place that starts with a D... Duluth was it? Made for interesting family gatherings. Uf-dah and orale all at the same table.

Ellie: I'm not getting naked in the center of town for love or money! That's my story and I'm sticking to it! If for some reason I don't remember getting nakid in the center of town... Now that's a horse of another color all together, my friend.

Art said...

This may very well be the first blog post I've ever read with "naked Mexicans" as a label;)

Fresh Hell said...

Heh Art... You should get out more. Try googling it and you'll get an eye-full that you may not be prepared for.

Fresh Hell said...

Hey Art... it just occurred to me that the title of this post would make a great bumper sticker slogan for you.

Old Knudsen said...

Such a nice colourful people.

Fresh Hell said...

Old Knudsen: Orale Chingaso!

dh said...

That's an old trick....just shout 'Prudes!!!' at a crowd of Mexicans and you're soon smothered in naked flesh.

Forty_Two said...

Not everyone looks good naked.

Fresh Hell said...

DH: thanks for dropping in! If I could get a dollar for every time I've fallen for the 'Prudes' trick...

Forty two: thank you also for dropping in. What you say is true, but no matter how you slice it, the naked human animal is mesmerizing to lay your eyes on... even if not aesthetically pleasing.