One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I used to roll around in the snow in my birthday suit.’
- ‘At the prices these places charge I think you should be able to go round in your birthday suit if you want to.’
- ‘I wanna walk around in my birthday suit.’
- ‘However, if you do feel the need to run around in your birthday suit, then our advice would be to steer clear of Australia where such practices are met with a mandatory $5,000 fine.’
- ‘No, I thought I would go down in my birthday suit.’
- ‘And a foxy new foreign exchange student strolls around school in her birthday suit.’
- ‘I told her that despite it being cooler than usual… I'm still sleeping in my birthday suit.’
- ‘I had to strip off and stand shivering in my birthday suit in calf-high water while she helped me wash.’
- ‘Women looked away and parents shielded their children's eyes as a foreigner with a receding hairline pranced on the New Delhi railway platform in his birthday suit.’
- ‘A lone biker contributed to the day's entertainment when he rode past the crowd clad only in his birthday suit.’
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