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Stop-Motion Short Explores Life At 'Woolly Bush' Nudist Colony

Get ready for some British puns.

If you love knitting, naughty puns, meticulously executed stop-motion animation and the glorious freedom of running through the British countryside with your bare buttocks flapping in the breeze, boy, do we have the video for you. 

Sarah Simi and Ed Hartwell are the strange and brilliant minds behind "Nudinits," an entirely hand-knitted stop-motion short chronicling the inhabitants of a small and scantily clad town called Woolly Bush. 

 

"Have you seen my clippers, Barbara? I think I might get around to trimming your bush this morning," it begins, and whisks you off into 20 minutes of excruciating knitted detail and enough silly and sly sexual innuendos to keep your eyes and ears pinned to the screen. Simi aptly described the work to It'sNiceThat as "Fifty Shades of Fray" or "Wallace and Gromit de-frocked." 

If you chuckle at "that's what she said" jokes and coo over your grandmother's handmade afghans, stop kidding yourself and press play now.  

  • Sarah Simi and Ed Hartwell: Nudinits
  • Sarah Simi and Ed Hartwell: Nudinits
  • Sarah Simi and Ed Hartwell: Nudinits
  • Sarah Simi and Ed Hartwell: Nudinits
  • Sarah Simi and Ed Hartwell: Nudinits
  • Sarah Simi and Ed Hartwell: Nudinits
  • Sarah Simi and Ed Hartwell: Nudinits
  • Sarah Simi and Ed Hartwell: Nudinits

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