Earlier today we shared with you Justin Timberlake’s boobtastic new music video/”Blurred Lines” homage-ish. But we’re equal opportunity nudity journalists, so now we present you with the male side of things. Unfortunately it’s only a quote about nudity and not actual nudity you can enjoy with your eyeballs, but it’s Channing Tatum-related, so there’s really not much to complain about, is there? That’s what I thought. In a recent interview with ELLE, Channing is asked about his penchant for getting naked as soon as he gets home. Don’t worry, the interviewer hasn’t witnessed this happening without Channing’s knowledge. Channing’s wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum once mentioned it. So the interviewer’s all, “What’s that about?” And I’m not making that up; those are actually the interviewer’s words. Channing’s response is slightly worrying but very amusing.
I don’t really know. I have a really nice back porch where the pool is. Once the shoes are off, the socks come off too, and then everything else downstairs just follows at some point.
That poor man doesn’t even know why his clothes are gone. He just looks down and he’s naked. What a sad, confusing issue he’s dealing with. I’d say he should get that looked into, but womankind is currently screaming into my ear not to, so I guess I’ll keep quiet about it for now. I hate to be an enabler, but I have to respect the shrieking views of my gender.
When you think about it, though, it kind of makes sense, given that he’s an ex-stripper who later played a stripper in a movie. Ever hear of a little thing called reflexes? Sometimes we’re so used to doing things that our bodies do them without thinking about it. Like how I instinctively set my alarm clock before going to bed, and then inevitably double-check that it’s set fifteen times before I can fall asleep because I don’t remember doing it the first six times. It’s the same thing in this case, except with pants instead of alarm clocks. So in short, it’s simply in our nature as humans to set our alarm clock pants without thinking about it. No, wait, that’s not right…
(via Digital Spy)