I was watching an Instagram video about former NFL star Channing Crowder.

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Channing was doing his podcast called "Pivot" and had Kevin Hart on the show. Crowder revealed that he and his wife have a fetish for being "around naked people." While that was interesting and all, my mind immediately took one of my A.D.D dirt roads. I started thinking about how difficult it must be to be a real-life nudist.

You are constantly having to explain it to people, being asked to please put some pants on and the folks at the public library are none too fond of your work. Then, the same brain that thought all of those things, said, "Hey, let's do some Connecticut specific nudity research" and this is how you and I ended up here.

4 Things CT Residents Should Know if They Love to be Naked

According to World Population Review, the State of CT Defines it's clothing laws in the following way:

Public indecency (Class B misdemeanor): A person is guilty of public indecency when he performs any of the following in a public place: 1) An act of sexual intercourse as defined in subdivision (2) of section 53a-65; or (2) a lewd exposure of the body with the intent to arouse or to satisfy the sexual desire of the person; or (3) a lewd fondling or caress of the body of another person. "Public place" means any place where the conduct may be expected to be viewed by others.

But that is boring and difficult to understand so I came up with four more things CT residents should know if they love to be naked.

In case you thought I was making up the Channing Crowder thing.

@thepivot Do you hear what you are saying out loud???@imkevinhartofficial wasn’t sure if he was hearing Channing wrong or just hoping to hear him wrong 😭 Mannn Only on The Pivot!! #channingcrowder #fredtaylor #ryanclark #kevinhart #pivot #podcast ♬ original sound - The Pivot Podcast

I feel like Kevin Hart is the PERFECT person to be in the room helping people reveal their specific kinks. When he says "what's going on" we are all laughing and nothing has happened yet.

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How does one family owned business survive for nearly 100 years? I don't know the answer, but the folks at JK's Texas Hot Weiners in Danbury do. Not only does JK's serve a unique and delicious product with care, but they do it together and it's evident in their history. 

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NOTE: There is a link in the description box to each businesses' menu or website.

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