rare at Winter Solstice
who turned up 'just for the atmosphere' at Stonehenge
for the Winter Solstice today, complained of the biggest
lack of nudity ever, we can report.
Winter Solstice on the 21st December is rarely marked by
much naked cavorting of any kind as it is so cold, but this
year there was 'significantly less than normal'.
hippies and people who can't be bothered to shave, covered
themselves in knitted woolens and toasty looking hats, played
flutes and danced in circles with Wellington Boots on their
feet. Only their hands and small parts of their faces were
nudity is encouraged during the Winter Solstice celebrations,
due to bylaws banning the God of Fire from the Stonehenge
stones, revelers chose not to expose their flesh in this
traditional Pagan dancey sing-song.
is in stark contrast to the Summer Solstice of 21st June
in which nudity and flowing long hair is the norm.
immediately retreated to their caravans to consult their
history books and found that this was the least nude Winter
Solstice in recorded history.
nude historian told us:
rabbits, who take only a peripheral interest in the Summer
Solstice, because human revelers have been known to chase
after them, take a more active interest in the winter one
as revelers can't run as fast.