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Old 03-14-2012, 12:27 AM   #43
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Don't forget the mirrors. My wife was in the shower, naked of course and she thought she closed enough blinds. From outside I could see her in the shower through the back wall mirror. I did not mind, but she kinda got embarrassed when I told her.
Yes...I discovered the mirrors are my problem, I've got one of those "mirror happy" MHs, you know, mirrors on every wall and every door to make the place seem bigger? So you stand in one side of the MH and can be seen out any window thanks to the mirrors reflecting back on the other mirrors. I got 2 big "picture windows" one on each side, I can remember to shut the curtains, but the door (which also has a nice big window on it) has (well, it does NOW - but it didn't before!) no curtain on it, and a mirror straight across from it
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Some funny stories. It reminds me of a time some years ago. Some friends of mine were camping with us and had one of the old soft side tent trailers. They were getting frisky one morning and ended up tumbling out the end of the trailer between the soft side and the bunk. I guess they weren't tied down too tightly. The couple out for a morning walk and just happening to be in just the right/wrong spot got quite an eyeful of the two buck naked strangers. Ha! We still talk about it.
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Yes...I discovered the mirrors are my problem, I've got one of those "mirror happy" MHs, you know, mirrors on every wall and every door to make the place seem bigger? So you stand in one side of the MH and can be seen out any window thanks to the mirrors reflecting back on the other mirrors. I got 2 big "picture windows" one on each side, I can remember to shut the curtains, but the door (which also has a nice big window on it) has (well, it does NOW - but it didn't before!) no curtain on it, and a mirror straight across from it

There is definitely something wrong with the mirrors in our coach. They keep reflecting images of people with gray hair and 20 extra pounds. Can't be us?
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They wrote a song about ya'll.

I JUST DON'T LOOK GOOD NAKED ANYMORE

I stepped outta the shower and I gotta good look at myself
Pot belly, bald head, man, I thought I was somebody else
I caught my reflection in the mirror on the back of my bathroom door
I just don't look good naked anymore

So, I'm goin' upstairs and turn the bedroom mirror to the wall
I hung it there when I was trim and tall
I'd stand there and smile, and strut and flex until my arms got sore
But I just don't look good naked anymore

Well, I used to go out with the girls
I loved them one and all
Now they don't get very close to me
They're afraid that I might fall

Well, I went to the Doctor for my annual medical exam
Stood there in the buff, suddenly he said "MAN"
I said "What is it Doc, some fatal disease, I just gotta know the
score"
He said "No, you just don't look good naked anymore

Well, me and my wife had a dance routine
Everybody said it was unique
Now it's only when we're back to back
That we're dancing cheek to cheek

Well, I went to a nudie beech to have some seaside fun
Stretched out in my birthday suit, soakin' up the sun
Somebody yelled, "Hey, there's an old white whale washed up on the
shore
I just don't look good naked anymore

Yeah, my arches fell, my chest went to hell
And my butt's a-draggin' the floor
An' I just don't look good naked anymore
No, I just don't look good naked anymore
That is ever so true
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We've been full time in our motor home since 05 and for the two years before that at least 6 months a year. In that time I've never seen any one walking around naked. It must not be that big a problem.
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We've been full time in our motor home since 05 and for the two years before that at least 6 months a year. In that time I've never seen any one walking around naked. It must not be that big a problem.
Neither have I...and I must say, I'm glad.
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I love my mirrored windows!
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Neither have I...and I must say, I'm glad.
Hmm.. been looking have ya?
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Hmm.. been looking have ya?
Um...no.
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My wife and I were living in a CG while our house was being built. I was walking the dogs one evening just after dark and thru the windshield of a rig (curtains open, I mean wide open) I saw a woman serving her husband dinner as naked as the day she was born.
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I have never laughed so hard in my life until I read some of the posts in this thread!

Ya'll some funny RV'ers!
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My wife and I were living in a CG while our house was being built. I was walking the dogs one evening just after dark and thru the windshield of a rig (curtains open, I mean wide open) I saw a woman serving her husband dinner as naked as the day she was born.
...and the husband said, "Leftovers again."
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Walking around in the 'all togather' is called Boondocking isn't it? That is one of the reasons that I select remote camping spots.
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