Dedicated to the exploration of hoaxes, mischief, and misinformation throughout history. Toggle navigation. The Society for Indecency to Naked Animals. Clifford Prout was a man with a mission, and that mission was to put clothes on all the millions of naked animals throughout the world. It was left unexplained why the society was 'for indecency' not 'against indecency'. Prout displays a properly dressed fawn. Comments i was 8 years old when i saw these jokers on tv. This reminds me of a man that had dog named Naked and everyday he walked Naked into town.
A revenge thriller toplined by Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal, Nocturnal Animals opens not on its stars but with a montage of nude, obese women dancing in slow motion as glitter flutters all around them. Yesterday, I sat down with Ford and asked him to explain what he had in mind. So there were a lot of different reasons for that sequence, and not least of all, it grabs the audience at the very beginning and gets them into the story. And I remembered that great poster that I had hanging in my room when I was a kid, when I thought I was straight, of Farrah Fawcett in that red bathing suit. America was always tan, beautiful teeth, tits and ass. So, guess what? I want to talk about America today: Gluttonous, overfed, aging, sad, tired. I found them so beautiful, so joyful, and so happy to be there. They were so uninhibited, and I realized that actually, they were a microcosm of what the whole film was saying.
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Here's the situation: my dog sleeps in the same room as me so when I'm getting changed she's in there with me, staring at my junk. I figure she's too stupid to really understand what the difference between naked and clothed is. If this thread gets over 10 replies I'll get a job, ask out that girl from school I have a crush on, start going to the gym and just sort my life out in general. Saying this because I know it will never happen.
In , Alan Abel wrote a satirical story about an imaginary organization for The Saturday Evening Post but the editors rejected it. The group used the language and rhetoric of conservative moralists for the aim of clothing naked animals, including pets, barnyard animals, and large wildlife. Abel persuaded the actor Buck Henry to play the group president, G. Clifford Prout, Jr. Over time, the history of SINA and some of its specific aims were codified into a coherent if unlikely backstory. The group had been founded some years before by G. Clifford Prout, Sr. An alleged debate within SINA was how large an animal had to be to require clothing; the official position quoted by Prout was "any dog, cat, horse or cow that stands higher than 4 inches or longer than 6 inches. The group received widespread American media coverage, beginning with an appearance by G.