Open Post: Hosted By The Naked Santa Run

December 15, 2021 / Posted by:

UPI says that over the weekend, more than 40 runners braved the cold to participate in the 18th annual Naked Santa Run, in Budapest, Hungary. Now, I know you’re closely examining the header pic for sugar plums and nutcrackers, but, unfortunately, the Naked Santa Run doesn’t feature any actual nudity. It’s mostly just sexy lil’ outfits, bathing suits, and the odd Speedo. But everybody, no exceptions, must wear a Santa hat on their head. On their head head, you sickos!

The Naked Santa Run was cancelled last year because of the pandemic, so these stripped-down Santas had an extra year of holiday pep in their step. The runners began at the Go Active fitness center, ran 2.2 miles around town, then ended back up at the gym. Then they’re offered a 50% discount at their local Szechenyi spa if they wanna warm up their frozen tuchuses. The run raised money for the charity group Better Childhood. Here’s a news report covering the event:

Call me a Grinch, but there’s no way you’re getting me to bare my blindingly white winter body in the harsh light of day. Not even for charity! Nope, Christmas is all about layers upon layers of fat-covering sweaters and scarves. Stuff me with Terry’s Chocolate Oranges and bury me in knit!

Pic: YouTube

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