11 Percent Of People Say They Shop Online Naked

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Via CNET News, I’m not sure exactly what this says about our relationship with the consumer items we purchase:

This is the ultimate in capitalist freedom. How many people, though, will actually admit not only that they shop online in the nude, but they actually like doing it?

According to a survey commissioned by PayPal, a resilient and courageous 11 percent confessed that, yes, there are few things as likable as shopping starkers.

In essence, therefore, there may be a certain lifestyle segment in the US that drinks and takes its clothes off, then lies on the sofa or in the bath (or elsewhere), in order to have the perfect online retail experience.

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  • Tchoutoye

    What does it say about disinfo.com that I’m often naked while perusing its articles?

    • Andrew

      I think it says more about you.

  • Liam_McGonagle

    In cyberspace you become
    the etheral escapee
    from your meat prison that you were born
    to be.

  • Anarchy Pony

    Just shopping?

    • Liam_McGonagle

      Hopefully for furniture covers, but more realistically for ladies’ underthings.

  • echar

    I once got busy in a Burger King bathroom.

    • Anarchy Pony

      The only good thing that’s ever happened in a bk bathroom.

  • InfvoCuernos

    I shop for Bigfoot Porn nekid.

  • DrDavidKelly

    Everything is more enjoyable nude, providing the temperature is right. Cooking naked can be a bit hazardous but the wife likes it when I do. Maybe this experience could be translated into the ‘real world’ with the advent of nude shopping?

  • American Cannibal

    I’m the 11%

  • Ted Heistman

    I often shower nude…. :-P

  • Jonas Planck

    The slippery slope is that it might catch on at Target, Walmart, and Woolworth…

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