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(EuroNews)   University students in Hungary hold naked protest against new strict dress code. Or as that kind of behavior is called in the U.S., a fraternity keg party   (euronews.com) divider line 33
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2013-10-05 11:17:27 AM
Good for those art students that they finally found a meaningful way to express themselves, maybe they'll make a career of it after college.
 
2013-10-05 11:47:37 AM
Naked hungry chicks, hell yeah!!
 
2013-10-05 11:49:02 AM
This is either a good thing, or a stupid thing. It all depends on the attractiveness of the participants.
 
2013-10-05 11:50:44 AM
www.movieactors.com
not hosting an Intergalactic Kegger
 
2013-10-05 11:54:15 AM
DNRTFA but I'm guessing a sausage fest, right?
 
2013-10-05 11:55:38 AM

dchero.files.wordpress.comYoOjo: Naked hungry chicks, hell yeah!!


Are they fat?
 
2013-10-05 11:55:54 AM
The way protests should be, man.
 
2013-10-05 11:56:38 AM
I'm glad to see that schools in Eastern Europe are aspiring to the values of places like BYU.
 
2013-10-05 11:57:46 AM
Why am I always in the wrong place when there are naked women involved?
 
2013-10-05 12:03:52 PM
Kaposvar University says on its website it wants to foster a "vibrant, vivacious, active life on campus".

because nothing says vibrant, vivacious campus life like nanny state dress codes.
 
2013-10-05 12:05:05 PM

stuffy: Why am I always in the wrong place when there are naked women involved?


because women don't want to be naked around you?
 
2013-10-05 12:07:07 PM
On an inexplicably side note Blues singer John Lea Hooker although dead is seeing a resurgence the freshly deceased
 
2013-10-05 12:11:13 PM
Having seen naked Hunkie women, I've got to pass. Hirsute.
 
2013-10-05 12:19:47 PM
Art undergraduates at Kaposvar University in southern Hungary took action after the clothes crackdown was imposed on October 1.

This explains much.
 
2013-10-05 12:37:51 PM
University students in Hungary hold naked protest against new strict dress code. Or as that kind of behavior is called in the U.S., a fraternity keg pepper spraying, tasering, jailing party.

FTFTheLandoftheFree
 
2013-10-05 12:50:03 PM
What's the point of stripping if you're just going to cover yourself with a book or folder?
 
2013-10-05 12:59:29 PM

buckler: What's the point of stripping if you're just going to cover yourself with a book or folder?


I don't know, I have to give them credit for stripping at all and sitting in a class together like that. I certainly wouldn't have done it when I was in college (unless a lot of liquor was involved.)
 
2013-10-05 01:07:55 PM
Moar pitchers, less books please.
 
2013-10-05 01:12:12 PM
I don't know how naked people managed to make it look like it was 1970-something, but they did.

Maybe it's an Eastern European thing. Eastern Europe may be living in a time warp of some sort, like the different date for Christmas and Easter thing.
 
2013-10-05 01:16:59 PM
I actually kind of agree with the strong perfume part.

I had a college teacher who had been around for a while.  Back in the 60's he'd had students come to class naked as some sort of non-protest protest about how they shouldn't be forced by the man to wear clothes.  He said fine, but they'd have to sit in the back.  They did.  When they didn't get a rise out of him, they went back to wearing clothes.  Of course, when you already have your panties in a proverbial wad about dress codes, being calm and rational about nudity is probably off the table anyway.
 
2013-10-05 01:18:26 PM

UNC_Samurai: I'm glad to see that schools in Eastern Europe are aspiring to the values of places like BYU.


BYU? Brigham Young University?

Bring Your Own Beer Unversity? (Wouldn't that be nearly all of them?)

There may be a progressive university out there that brews its own micro-beer (hey, there's an idea!) but I doubt it.

Mind you, beer, Prague and nekked students sounds like a real revolution-positive agenda. Power to the people!
 
2013-10-05 01:21:20 PM
Watched the video part way.

Students wearing ties and professional blouses? Now I see what you mean by BYU. It's 1962 again!
 
2013-10-05 02:14:11 PM
Show me the paprika!
 
2013-10-05 03:44:19 PM

brantgoose: There may be a progressive university out there that brews its own micro-beer (hey, there's an idea!) but I doubt it.


Colorado State does (also home to New Belgium, Odells, Fort Collins Brewery and a few others)

brantgoose: Maybe it's an Eastern European thing. Eastern Europe may be living in a time warp of some sort, like the different date for Christmas and Easter thing.


Religion in Hungary is primarily Catholic, so same Christmas and Easter. You'd need to go further east or south for the Orthodox church
 
2013-10-05 04:25:57 PM

DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: Having seen naked Hunkie women, I've got to pass. Hirsute.


They do good pr0n though. (not the hairy ones, who aren't allowed)
 
2013-10-05 04:42:30 PM
FYI, they are third graders studying acting. Performing while mostly naked will be part of their jobs anyway.

They are planning to go to the university on Monday wearing only towels and beach sandals, which is specifically prohibited by the new dress code.
 
2013-10-05 07:38:51 PM
Wake me when they protest the sex laws.
 
2013-10-05 08:35:45 PM
When I saw the pics, I figured it was a set for a low budget orgy flick.

Having seen the video, I'm still not convinced otherwise.
 
2013-10-05 10:07:36 PM

traylor: FYI, they are third graders studying acting. Performing while mostly naked will be part of their jobs anyway.

They are planning to go to the university on Monday wearing only towels and beach sandals, which is specifically prohibited by the new dress code.


Whoops. I think (hope) you mean third-years, or "college Juniors." In English, "third graders" generally refers to kids in elementary school, or about age 8.

BTW, your English is WAY better than my Hungarian.
 
2013-10-05 10:10:18 PM
*I should specify: in American English.

No idea what those weirdoes in the UK call 'em. Why don't they learn to speak proper English anyway? ;)
 
2013-10-05 10:40:47 PM

brimed03: traylor: FYI, they are third graders studying acting. Performing while mostly naked will be part of their jobs anyway.

They are planning to go to the university on Monday wearing only towels and beach sandals, which is specifically prohibited by the new dress code.

Whoops. I think (hope) you mean third-years, or "college Juniors." In English, "third graders" generally refers to kids in elementary school, or about age 8.

BTW, your English is WAY better than my Hungarian.


My bad, sorry for the confusion and thanks. They are in their 3rd year of study, around 21 years of age.

It's fantastic how much English I can learn in just one thread. I didn't know that Hungary was a country in Eastern Europe (I thought it was in Central or East-Central Europe), I didn't heard the word "Hunkie" before, and I didn't know that Hungarian girls are hairy. The last time I saw a full-blown hairy girl was 14 years ago. Well except for my mom who doesn't shave but that's a different story.
 
2013-10-05 10:42:10 PM
*haven't heard*

/hmm
 
2013-10-06 09:53:48 AM

traylor: brimed03: traylor: FYI, they are third graders studying acting. Performing while mostly naked will be part of their jobs anyway.

They are planning to go to the university on Monday wearing only towels and beach sandals, which is specifically prohibited by the new dress code.

Whoops. I think (hope) you mean third-years, or "college Juniors." In English, "third graders" generally refers to kids in elementary school, or about age 8.

BTW, your English is WAY better than my Hungarian.

My bad, sorry for the confusion and thanks. They are in their 3rd year of study, around 21 years of age.

It's fantastic how much English I can learn in just one thread. I didn't know that Hungary was a country in Eastern Europe (I thought it was in Central or East-Central Europe),


Over here in North America we're still stuck in an Iron Curtain mindset,.  Cold War-era NATO countries are Western Europe, former Warsaw Pact countries are Eastern Europe.  Hapsburgs and Hohenzollerns may as well not have happened.
 
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