ANSWERS: 27
  • Laugh, wave, THEN keep walking. Hell, I used to do that!
  • I would wave politely and just keep walking.
  • I would NOT wave. Most definitely I would keep on walking. And after that I would most likely try to avoid that neighbor for quite some time. Why would anybody stand stark naked in front of an open window? I certainly wouldn't. lol
  • I would wave if they saw me walk by then i would keep walking but if they didnt see me i would just keep walking and try to forget it ever happened.
  • I would pick up my pace and choose another route for my walk.
  • keep walking. i don't wave even when they are clothed anyhow.
  • ewww.. my neighbor is a 80 year old women... keep walking and pretend I saw nothing.
  • Have you been walking by my house?
  • Upon 1st glance you assume it's the neighbor. You look again and see no one but your reflection in the window. It's you...........you idiot. You're walking around naked outside and the 80 year old neighbor is starting to lick her chops.
  • Ask if they wanted to borrow an iron.
  • Something similar happened on the beach Sunday... our blanket neighbor, on a deserted stretch of the Cape Cod National Seashore, took her halter top off and her bikini top came with it...I kept playing frisbee with my nine year old (who was looking elsewhere)... but I sure did wave when we left the beach!
  • I would keep walking with a mental picture that is REALLY not needed pemanantly implanted in my head
  • Me being the type of person that would be the naked one in the window, I'd hope you wave no sence in pretending you didn't see we both know what you saw...
  • Depends. If he was young, and cute, then be naked all you want, but if he reminds me of Archie Bunker, then oh, Hell no!
  • I'd throw up.
  • Id be standing pointing and laughing simply because i dont like him he is a noisy creep!
  • IM SO CLOSE TO MY NEIGHBOR THAT WE CAN TALK RIGHT THROUGH THE WINDOWS...TALK, NOT YELL. SO, THEY HAVE A BATHROOM RIGHT OFF THE KITCHEN, THEY ALL USED TO PEE WITH THE DOOR OPEN. IF I WAS AT MY SINK I GOT AN I FULL. I FINALLY DECIDED I WOULDN'T LIKE THEM PEERING AT ME, SO I TOLD HER. WAS HER FACE RED. WE'RE STILL GREAT NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS.
  • It depends on my mood. I don't really care if I walk down the street and I see someone walking around his/her house naked. It's his/her house. So what? It's my fault if I was looking in the window in the first place. Nakedness is not wrong and maybe the person just likes to walk around naked. If the person lives alone, what's the problem? How is that person the pervert if I would be the one thinking about how perverted he or she is? Maybe there are no perverse thoughts on his/her mind when he/she is walking around his/her house like that. Maybe he/she just enjoys the freedom of being naked. Who knows other than him/her?
  • There was a incident that just happened like this in Bellvue, Ohio. Article was on www.foxnews.com.
  • That depends, if they're just standing there doing nothing, I'd move on past. However, if they're actually... cough cough 'doing something', then I'd wave, say hello, and ideally snap a polaroid, just to torment them with awkwardness.
  • im pretty sure i'd run...
  • I'd give the Hawaiian hang loose signal and smile:)
  • If you like them wave! If not keep walking!
  • if you're a guy and your neighbour is a girl, then wave at her BUT if you're a girl and your neighbour is a guy, pretend not to see.
  • Legally, if you were on public property and you saw this, he could be charged with indecent exposure. Anyone that can be seen FROM public property in their house nude, can be.
  • I would keep walking lol.
  • Before I met my wife, she was driving near her house and saw a nude mannequin standing just inside the front door of a house. (The front door was open, but the glass door was shut.) She then noticed it had pubic hair, and kind of slowed down to get a closer look at the phenomenon. The mannequin, who turned out to be a guy, saw her slowing and staring, and turned away.

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